Doctors ARE Seeing Parasites!
It is no great surprise to me that doctors might be finding more parasites in people during surgical procedures. It is about time that the truth comes out about this problem. This is a reality that people need to face; believe me, you don’t have to travel anywhere as I’ve shared in my discovery, and many others with whom I’ve been in communication with about parasites.
In the video below, a doctor admits that the brain tumor he saw, he thought it was a “fluke” that a worm appeared – he said the pun but didn’t realize it – pretty funny! Blood flukes can invade the brain too. He further admitted that he had seen 5 other worm cases within the week.
“We’ve got a lot more of cases of this in the United States now,” said Raymond Kuhn, professor of biology and an expert on parasites at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, N.C. “Upwards of 20 percent of neurology offices in California have seen it.”
“Eat the parasite in tainted meat and you’ll end up eating the larvae, called cysts.” Kuhn said in that case, a person can only end up with a tapeworm.
One person infected with a parasite, who also has bad hand washing habits, can infect many others with eggs. “These eggs can live for three months in formaldehyde,” said Kuhn. “You got to think, sometimes, a person is slapping lettuce on your sandwich with a few extra add-ons there.”
In the above, in my opinion, the reporter assumes that one can end up only with a tapeworm from pork meat. I hate to disappoint anyone, but many other parasites from meat can also be a nuisance and very problematic. Ascaris enjoy living in the liver of animals, and many people eat liver. There are people who eat raw eggs or raw beef meat that are infected by roundworms. In fish there are flukes, tapeworms and other aquatic roundworms or microscopic eggs present; this can present a problem in the future for sushi lovers. I stopped eating sushi years ago after my discovery because of the serious risks involved. Truly, parasites can travel anywhere throughout the body, including into bone marrow.
The woman with a brain parasite in the video, the doctor believes that she was a victim of infection through someone else. It doesn’t take much for people to get infected by a tapeworm parasite. Many years ago I read an article that four Orthodox Jewish people in New York (in separate households) who were infected by a pork tapeworm. A large majority of Jewish people don’t eat pork and this was a great shock because they eat Kosher foods. The medical findings about this case are documented in medical journals, along with other documented cases.
“Invasion by both the pork tapeworm and blood fluke can cause neurological problems, like seizures, loss of sensation or motor control, cognitive difficulty and impaired speech. This can be due to either cysts forming in the brain tissue or blockage of the blood vessels that carry oxygen and nutrients to brain cells. This condition, neurocysticercosis, used to be confined to countries with inadequate water and food sanitation, but since 1980 has been increasing in frequency in the United States.”
“In 2008, a surgeon discovered a parasitic worm in the brain of a Phoenix woman(1) originally diagnosed with a brain tumor. Once inside the brain, the surgeon pulled out the worm with a surgical instrument and the woman’s symptoms—dizziness, numbness, tingling, loss of appetite and motor control—disappeared.”
If you’re interested in learning about this problem, there is one research paper on brain parasites & amoebas, another on neurocysticercosis, and documented cases by pathologists on the internet when researching. Parasite infections are a problem that few doctors want to admit publicly that this is a menace. Bravo to those who are willing to discuss the matter and educate the public about it. Hygiene and correct food handling is essential in helping to eliminate parasitic infections.
(1)Dawn Becerra and her doctors went public on their findings.
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You're welcome. Unfortunately, landlords are being taught that mold isn't that serious. I had the same experience where I use to live. My old neighbor has a fungal ball in her eye and the doctors are watching its progress; after 3 years of complaints, they finally did 'something' about her place with mold treatment.
You mentioned having a dog... perhaps, these things are coming its anus? When lying around or sleeping they could be escaping. I really don't know, but taking a guess. Have you looked closer at what your dog is eliminating when outside?
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