From Tears to Cheers: A Toddler Tonsillectomy Success Story By Drew Isserlis Kramer No one needs tonsils. Like the appendix, the two fleshy lumps on both sides of the throat are a vestigial organ, useless body parts of a bygone era. While no longer necessary for human survival, it is thought that the tonsils help the […]
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