25 Years in Peptic Ulcers: From Chronic to Curable

In 1984, 33-year-old Barry Marshall, frustrated by responses to his work, ingested Helicobacter pylori, and soon developed stomach pain, nausea, and vomiting -- all signs of the gastritis he had intended to induce. "I didn't actually expect to become as ill as I did," he wrote in an autobiography about one of the defining moments of his research, which ultimately led to winning the 2005 Nobel Prize with his now-retired colleague, Robin Warren. The event followed the publication of two papers...Full Story
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