Dr. William O'Neill of Bluegrass Orthopaedics placed medical maggots into Dylan Newton's leg during a surgical procedure. The maggots helped keep Newton from having to undergo more surgeries by eating the dead tissue inside his leg.
Dr. William O'Neill of Bluegrass Orthopaedics placed medical maggots into Dylan Newton's leg during a surgical procedure. The maggots helped keep Newton from having to undergo more surgeries by eating the dead tissue inside his leg.
Dr. William O'Neill of Bluegrass Orthopaedics placed medical maggots into Dylan Newton's leg during a surgical procedure. The maggots helped keep Newton from having to undergo more surgeries by eating the dead tissue inside his leg.

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