The movement to make transrectal biopsies go extinct: The Man behind TRexit

By Howard Wolinsky

Back in the early 20-teens, Associate Prof. Jeremy Grummet, MD, then a junior consultant in urology at The Alfred Hospital, Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, recalls men who had undergone transrectal biopsies frequently becoming septic.

Jeremy Grummet, MD, a leader in the TRexit movement
Sydney Herald exposed superbug deaths linked to transrectal biopsies

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Howard Wolinsky is a Chicago-based medical writer. He has been nominated twice for the Pulitzer Prize for articles for the Chicago Sun-Times.

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Howard Wolinsky

Howard Wolinsky is a Chicago-based medical writer. He has been nominated twice for the Pulitzer Prize for articles for the Chicago Sun-Times.