In the Media: The New Yorker’s “Bacteria on the Brain”

Neurosurgery and neurosurgeons frequently make the headlines in main stream media. In its December 7, 2015 issue, The New Yorker published a story on Dr. Paul Muizelaar and his controversial use of Enterobacter aerogenes to treat glioblastoma multiforme (GBM).

Though its topic is extremely controversial,  The New Yorker piece is interesting nonetheless.

If interested, you can read more here.