Three weeks into a final project for her senior biology class, Jessica Terry, 18, made a discovery that years of tests by gastroenterologists and pathologists had failed to make.
"I yelled for my teacher, 'Ms. Welch, come in here, you have to see this!'" said Terry, a senior at Eastside Catholic High School in Bellevue, Wash.
The slide Terry had under her microscope held a slice of her own intestinal tissue. Magnified on a screen was a large, darkened clump of cells surrounded by red dots...Full Story