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Medical Program: Bits from "Bullets and Brains": Taking the Sting out of Scorpion Venom

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Bits from "Bullets and Brains": Taking the Sting out of Scorpion Venom

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Bits from "Bullets and Brains": Taking the Sting out of Scorpion Venom
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    Up until 2011, there was no FDA-approved antivenom for scorpion stings—until a very concerned pediatrician created one that came with seemingly miraculous results. Dr. Andrew Wilner breaks down this overlooked health threat and the development of its antivenom, which he explores in his book of essays called Bullets and Brains

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    Up until 2011, there was no FDA-approved antivenom for scorpion stings—until a very concerned pediatrician created one that came with seemingly miraculous results. Dr. Andrew Wilner breaks down this overlooked health threat and the development of its antivenom, which he explores in his book of essays called Bullets and Brains

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