F-Throat Part 1: Dr. Greene Explains

F-Throat, a sore throat caused by Fusobacterium necrophorum, is a common, treatable illness -- but it's usually missed. Knowing about it could save a life.

What I call F-Throat, which is really just a sore throat caused by a bacteria called Fusobacterium necrophorum, is a common, important, treatable illness — but because it doesn’t show up on a typical strep test that most doctors would routinely perform, it’s usually missed.

Knowing about it could save a life, so I’m taking the opportunity to share this information here with you today. Read on!

Find out why knowing about this can be so helpful by watching the video below. Dr. Greene explains.

Click here now to learn more details about Dr. Greene’s thoughts on how it’s possible to treat F-Throat.

Published on: March 30, 2010
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Dr. Greene is a practicing physician, author, national and international TEDx speaker, and global health advocate. He is a graduate of Princeton University and University of California San Francisco.
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Dr. Greene I am experiencing some illness that started when I lived and cleaned this house last year. They had bedbugs, cockroaches and a fungus growing in the walls. Since then a black spot showed up all of a sudden on my foot. Then I was being bitten by something and it felt like they were eating my flesh. The house was had feces, urine, blood, and stuff I didn’t even recognize. Needless to say the landlord would not bomb until I pulled what looked like a worm out of her back. We are ill now.