Professor Thom Borody isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty. Indeed, the world-famous gastroenterologist who teamed up with Nobel prize-winners Barry Marshall and Robin Warren to take on the medical establishment, is seen by some as a sh-tstirrer. Yet Borody’s innovative treatments have saved hundreds of thousands of lives and more than $10 billion in avoided medical costs.
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