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Anti-Parasitic Drugs Treat Cancer

Watch this video where a man used an anti-parasitic drug to cure his cancer when he was given three months to live.

Here is how the Veterinarian knew to tell Joe Tippens to take the anti-parasitic drug Fenbendazole:

“He told me a story of a scientist at Merck Animal Health (the veterinary side of Merck) that had performed cancer research on mice by injecting different types of cancers into different mice body parts.

And this scientist stumbled (trial and error) across a product in their canine product line that was batting 1.000 in killing these different cancers.

He told me that the scientist in question got diagnosed with 4th stage brain cancer and was told “no hope, 3 months to live”.

This person decided “what the heck” and started taking the canine medicine. Six weeks later, she was all clear.

I had just been told I’ve got no hope and 3 months to live, so it wasn’t a hard decision for me to take the leap.”

So when my PET scan in September also turned up “all clear” (meaning I had most likely been all clear for 6 months), I decided it was time to “come clean” with my trusted oncologist (who I like and trust very much by the way).

But before disclosing everything to him, I decided I need to do a little “set up” first.

After he very excitedly told me the continued good news of being “all clear” for a second consecutive quarter, I asked him a “very loaded” question.

I asked, “Doc, what is really going on here? Can you disclose to me how I am doing versus all of the other patients on the clinical trial with the exact same condition”?

His answer was what I already suspected. He said, “Joe we can’t explain it, but you are kind of a sole data outlier right now”.

Meaning with hundreds of like kind patients, I was the only one with a cure. I knew then my other alternative regimen was largely responsible, but I decided to come clean anyway.

I said, “Doc, I’m glad you told me that about my results within the trial, because I have something to share with you”.

I proceeded to tell him all about the canine de-wormer as I watched his jaw drop 🙂

His next words I’ll never forget (and remember for context he and I had become good friends by this time).

He said, “you little shit, I knew there was something up with you…..and….I’ve had some weird days here at MD Anderson, but this one probably tops them all”

His next sentence almost floored me.

He said, “You know, we’ve known for decades that these anthelmintic class of drugs (meaning to destroy parasites in the intestines) could have possible efficacy against cancer, and in fact in the 80’s and 90’s there was a drug called Levamisole that was used on colon cancer and it is an anthelmintic drug”.

I said, “Doc, if you have known for decades why hasn’t more work been done on it?

His answer was honest.

He said, “probably because of MONEY…all of these drugs are far off-patent and nobody is going to spend a gazillion dollars to repurpose them for cancer…..only to have generic competition the next day.”

I knew he was right. 


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Parasite Cancer: Breakthrough in Cancer Research?
For over 100 years there has been the theory that parasites could cause cancer or even “are the cancer”.

On March 28, 1891 an article was published in the Journal of the American Medical Association titled “IS CANCER A PARASITIC DISEASE?” (Click HERE)

This theory was proposed by one of the world’s most famous physicians of all time, Nobel Prize winner Robert Koch (1843-1910).

As a microbiologist, the discoverer of anthrax and tuberculosis was perfectly clear in theory.

Dr. Wilhelm von Bremer, published the article “Krebs – eine Erregerkrankheit” [Cancer – a pathogenic disease] in the journal “Fortschritte der Medizin” back in 1932

In 1962, Dr. Alfons Weber stated that in every tumor tissue there are microparasites.

For the first time he was able to prove Robert Koch’s theory and published film recordings in which one can see the parasites in the tumor tissue. 

In 1969 Alfons Weber wrote the bookAbout Causes of Cancer Diseases” (view the book here) and in 1970 wrote a monograph titledPathogenic Protozoa in Blood, in Tumors and Organic Tissues

(The National Library of Medicine has a copy of the monograph that you can go view as they will not lend it out. Click here for info).

Alfons Weber countered by showing images in which the microbes actually caused the cell to burst, but shortly afterward they took over a new cell – quite normal for parasitic life forms, but impossible for cell organelles.

He also demonstrated that the microparasites multiply within the cell, which organelles do not.

He also provided proof that it was a microparasite:

In an experiment, Weber burned human blood under a 160-degree flame. All human cells were completely destroyed.

Weber added a glucose solution to the dead organ material and a short time later the microparasites were moving on the glass plate.

This experiment silenced all critics, but Weber’s research was still not recognized and hushed up in the future.

What does today’s science say about the topic?

The knowledge that cancer is caused by parasites has flared up again, thanks to the Russian chemist, epidemiologist and microbiologist Tamara Lebedewa.

Because she lost her entire family to cancer and none of her family members were cured by conventional medicine, she researched the disease “cancer” for 13 years.

Since she found that there was no causal cancer therapy in conventional medicine and the theory about “degenerate human cells” was never proven, she started her research from scratch.

Obviously, in 100 years of cancer researchno progress has been made.Why do you think that is?

Lebedewa found out that so-called cancer cells are actually unicellular parasites, called Trichomonas.

The flagellates have exactly the properties of so-called “cancer cells” and will be identified as such by every oncologist.

We all have microparasites but when the immune system is weakened are when parasites proliferate and start causing illness and disease throughout the body.

How do we acquire these microparasites?  Dr Alfons Weber writes in his book, “About Causes of Cancer Diseases” that we can get them from mosquito or tic bites, water, soil, eating undercooked or raw meat or fish, sex, and from the mother through the umbilical cord when she is pregnant. Basically microparasites are everywhere and we all have them. 


More Research on Parasites as Cancer Triggers: Click HERE


Using Ivermectin for cancer

Ivermectin has powerful anti-tumor effects, including the inhibition of proliferation, metastasis, and angiogenic activity, in a variety of cancer cells

Recently, ivermectin has been reported to inhibit the proliferation of several tumor cells by regulating multiple signaling pathways. This suggests that ivermectin may be an anti-cancer drug with great potential.

Here, we reviewed the related mechanisms by which ivermectin inhibited the development of different cancers and promoted programmed cell death and discussed the prospects for the clinical application of ivermectin as an anticancer drug for neoplasm therapy.


Antitumor effects of Ivermectin at clinically feasible concentrations support its clinical development as a repositioned cancer drug


Ivermectin, a potential anticancer drug derived from an antiparasitic drug



Did you know that Ivermectin treats cancer?

At least nine different peer-reviewed studies demonstrate how safe and effective ivermectin wards off the Big C, threatening the multi-billion dollar cancer industry. There are two industries, in other words, that ivermectin threatens: the covid industry and the cancer industry.

1) In 2017, research published in the journal Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications found that ivermectin preferentially treats renal cell carcinoma (RCC) while protecting normal kidney cells. RCC tumor growth is also delayed by ivermectin, which induces mitochondrial dysfunction and oxidative stress while increasing mitochondrial biogenesis.

2) A year later, research published in the journal Molecular Medicine Reports found that ivermectin preferentially targets stem cell population in MDA-MB-231 human breast cancer cells.

“Ivermectin has been demonstrated to be safe, following treatment of millions of patients with onchocerciasis and other parasitic diseases, which makes it a strong candidate for further studies investigating its potential use as a repurposed drug for cancer therapy,” reported the National Cancer Institute in Mexico City.

3Another study published that same year in the American Journal of Cancer Research, also out of Mexico, determined that ivermectin is “a strong candidate for repositioning” as an anti-tumor remedy.

4) An earlier study published in EMBO Molecular Medicine back in 2014 similarly found that ivermectin inhibits the expression of WNT-TCF targets, which are implicated in both intestinal and lung cancers.

Ivermectin selectively inhibits TCF-dependent, but not TCF-independent, xenograft growth without causing any obvious side effects.

In vivo, Ivermectin selectively inhibits TCF-dependent, but not TCF-independent, xenograft growth without obvious side effects. Given that Ivermectin is a safe anti-parasitic agent used by 200 million people against river blindness, our results suggest its additional use as a therapeutic WNT-TCF pathway response blocker to treat WNT-TCF-dependent diseases including multiple cancers,” researchers wrote.

Ivermectin works wonders against cancers of all types

5) In 2020, research published in Pharmacological Research identified ivermectin as a drug that promotes the death of cancer cells by regulating the tumor micro-environment in breast cancer.

Ivermectin also preferentially targets leukemia cells at low concentrations while leaving normal hematopoietic cells alone. The drug also targets various ovarian cancer cells lines and also inhibits the proliferation of five renal cell carcinoma cell lines without affecting normal kidney cells.

6) Also in 2020, a study published in the EPMA Journal found that ivermectin hits specific targets in ovarian cancer, suppressing ovarian cancer cells. The drug worked so well that researchers said it can be used to make personalized drug therapy, also known as predictive, preventive, and personalized medicine (PPPM), for ovarian cancer.

7) Researchers from the Instituto Nacional de Cancerologia in Mexico City discovered that same year that ivermectin reduces both cell viability and colony formation capacity while fighting against tumors.

8) In 2021, research published in the journal Frontiers in Pharmacology concluded that ivermectin increases ROS production and inhibits the cell cycle in the S phase to inhibit colorectal cancer cells.

9) Also in 2021, research published in the journal BMC Cancer found that ivermectin inhibits the proliferation of esophageal squamous cell carcinoma (ESCC) cells by inducing mitochondrial dysfunction, suppressing NF-?B signaling and promoting apoptosis.

As you can see, ivermectin is something of a wonder drug when it comes to cancer. This is precisely why it is off-limits, and why Americans need to speak out and start demanding access to this inexpensive, life-saving medication.

More related news coverage can be found at Cancer.news.


Ivermectin: An Effective Remedy Against Various Diseases: A Literature Review

Ivermectin was used as an antiparasitic agent upon discovery, but the present status of the drug is vague due to its huge effects on very wide range of diseases and pathogens. To the best of our knowledge, ivermectin can be used to treat and control viruses, bacteria, parasites, and cancer. Ivermectin provides new promising opportunities to control and prevent a completely new range of diseases, thus generating global interest in evaluating and conducting researches on this wonder drug. Further studies are needed to introduce new targets and mechanism of the disease; thus the effects of this marvelous medicine may gain more prominence


  1. Ivermectin, a potential anticancer drug derived from an antiparasitic drug;  Mingyang Tang, Xiaodong Hu et al; Pharmacol Res; 2021 Jan; 163: 105207;
  2. Ivermectin is a specific inhibitor of importin α/β-mediated nuclear import able to inhibit replication of HIV-1 and dengue virus; Wagstaff K.M., Sivakumaran H., Heaton S.M., Harrich D., Jans D.A. Biochem J. 2012;443(3):851–856.
  3. Flavivirus: From Structure to Therapeutics Development; Rong Zhao, Meiyue Wang, Jing Cao,  Jing Shen, Xin Zhou, Deping Wang, and Jimin Cao; Life (Basel) 2021 Jul; 11(7): 615.
  4. Ivermectin is a potent inhibitor of flavivirus replication specifically targeting NS3 helicase activity: new prospects for an old drug; Mastrangelo E., Pezzullo M., De Burghgraeve T., Kaptein S., Pastorino B., Dallmeier K., de Lamballerie X., Neyts J., Hanson A.M., Frick D.N., Bolognesi M., Milani M.  J Antimicrob Chemother. 2012;67(8):1884–1894. 
  5. Comparative study of the interaction of ivermectin with proteins of interest associated with SARS-CoV-2: A computational and biophysical approach; Lenin González-Paz, María Laura Hurtado-León, et al;  Biophys Chem; 2021 Nov; 278: 106677.
  6. Antitumor effects of the antiparasitic agent ivermectin via inhibition of Yes-associated protein 1 expression in gastric cancer; Nambara S., Masuda T et al; Oncotarget. 2017;8(64):107666–107677.
  7. Dysregulated YAP1/TAZ and TGF-beta signaling mediate hepatocarcinogenesis in Mob1a/1b-deficient mice; Nishio M., Sugimachi K.et al; Proc Natl Acad Sci 2016;113(1):71–80.
  8. Ivermectin has New Application in Inhibiting Colorectal Cancer Cell Growth; Shican Zhou, Hang Wu et al; Front Pharmacol, 2021 Aug 13;12:717529 
  9. Parasite Killer Ivermectin stops cancer drug resistance
  10. Anti-parasite drug ivermectin can suppress ovarian cancer by regulating lncRNA-EIF4A3-mRNA axes; EPMA Journal; 2020 May 28;11(2):289-309.
  11. Ivermectin reverses the drug resistance in cancer cells through EGFR/ERK/Akt/NF-κB pathway; Lu Jiang et al; J Exp Clin Cancer Res 38, 265 (2019). 
  12. Ivermectin and cancer – https://www.cancertreatmentsresearch.com/ivermectin-in-oncology/
  13. Continuous high-dose ivermectin appears to be safe in patients with acute myelogenous leukemia – https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10428194.2020.1786559?journalCode=ilal20


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Trichomonas in other diseases

Lebedeva blames trichomonas for a number of diseases. In all cases, Ms. Lebedeva found trichomonas in the blood :

AIDS : In a series of experiments in a Moscow clinic and the Russian Oncological Center, the researcher discovered that AIDS viruses penetrate and multiply in trichomonas (chlamydia also does this). The result is a significant increase in the aggressiveness of the trichomonad and a drastic increase in the metabolic toxins that are released into the blood. This also explains why more malignant tumor growth is observed in the later stages of the AIDS disease.

Arteriosclerosis/thrombi/plaques : according to Tamara Lebedewa, are colonies of trichomonads. She can prove this under the microscope. She placed thrombi in nutrient solution and the cells multiplied like tumor tissue and changed into the amoeba or flagella form. Letters with illness histories and patient reports confirm that the symptoms have regressed after treatment for trichomonas.

Arthritis and arthrosis : In 1995, in her studies on preparations containing synovial fluid from arthritis and arthrosis patients, Tamara Lebedeva identified trichomonas, which are present in the joint in various stages, poisoning the synovial fluid and causing the cartilage to erode.

Diabetes : Trichomonads feed on insulin, which the scientist also uses to stimulate the parasites in the culture media. She says that trichomonads colonize in the hormone-containing B cells of the islets of Langenhans, absorb the insulin and destroy the cells with their secretions. She also concludes that this theory is correct from reports in letters in which patients have achieved significant improvement in their diabetes by treating trichomonas with metronidazole and other antiparasitic drugs.

Multiple sclerosis : Ms. Lebedewa describes how, under certain conditions, trichomonads use myelin – the substance that covers the nerve fibers – as food. MS is usually preceded by an infectious disease, e.g. B. a middle ear infection in a child, whereby the trichomonad has gained access to the brain via the not yet closed opening in the petrous bone (the oval window), where it begins its work when the completion of the child’s development and the completion of the myelin covering comes to an end.

Adenoma/benign tumor in mucous membranes and glandular tissue : such as in the prostate. Tamara Lebedewa noticed that adenomas often grow into a point and that this point bends like a hook due to gravity. She saw the same thing with rampant trichomonad cultures. Here, too, she concludes from letters from patients that trichomonas treatments have a clear reversal effect on the development of adenomas.

Infertility / Impotence : Trichomonads settle in the sexual organs and feed on hormones, among other things. In the testes they damage sperm with their metabolic toxins. They are also able to phagocytose, that is, absorb and digest up to three sperm. The trichomonads found in the vaginal mucosa also absorb sperm. They can also damage the female gonads.

Psoriasis/psoriasis : Trichomonads were found in studies of skin preparations from sufferers and in the blood.

Tooth decay/periodontal disease : Oral trichomonade settles in the gum pockets and the area inaccessible to the toothbrush. Especially when the immune system drops, as with chemotherapy, they become active and cause periodontitis and, through the metabolic toxins, tooth decay. Ms. Lebedewa observed this form of parasite under the microscope. Severe periodontitis can be quickly treated by dabbing with metronidazole tincture.

Colitis : Intestinal trichomonade is said to be the trigger for various intestinal diseases. It was discovered back in 1926 and may be responsible forhemocolitis, colitis, enterocolitis and cholecystitis.

Lebedewa’s message is brief: the most important serious diseases are caused by microparasites.



Not everyone infected with trichomonads automatically gets cancer.

Lebedewa found out that certain triggers let the microparasites proliferate.

These include poisons, drugs/alcohol and a suppressed (lowered) immune system. Chronic alcohol use severely suppresses the immune system




According to the scientist, the body reacts to the malignant growth with encapsulation, which is called “tumor” in conventional medicine.

This protective measure prompts the body to stop the overgrowth.

Once the tumor is damaged and tissue leaves the tumor, it continues to spread, which is called “spread”. The body will try again to encapsulate the “spread cancer” in what is called “metastasis”.

Diseases caused by microparasites according to Dr. Weaver

These clinical pictures caused by trichomonads correspond to the findings of Dr. Alfons Weber, who, however, lists even more clinical pictures. 

2.5 Reactions of the host organism to the Plasmodium infection in the blood; 2.5.1 kinetic impairment of blood circulation; 2.5.2 physiological impairment of blood circulation

2.6 damage to blood and lymph vessel walls; 2.6.1 in the capillaries; 2.6.2 in the great arteries; 2.6.3 in the lymph vessels

2.7 cancerous tumor formation and resorption; organism-specific and plasmodia-related growth substances; 2.7.2 Mitotic disorders, pathological giant cells

2.8 Manifestations on the skin and in the skin’s appendages; 2.8.1 hair loss, disturbed nail formation; increased sweat and sebum production, acne, rosacea; psoriasis, scleroderma; 2.8.4 Infection of the oral cavity and tongue

2.9 Manifestation in the bones, joints and ligaments; path and type of destruction by Plasmodium; 2.9.1 Polyarthritis, Bechterew’s disease; 2.9.2 Osteoporosis, osteomalacia

2.10 Manifestations in the brain, spinal cord and nervous tissue; 2.10.1 Multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease; 2.10.2 Sciatic and trigeminal neuralgia; Psychoses: schizophrenia, etc.

2.11 Manifestations in the digestive organs : 2.11.1 in the stomach: gastric ulcer; in the small intestine: enteritis, flattening of the mucosa; 2.11.3 in the large intestine: ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease; 2.11.4 appendicitis; 2.11.5 in the rectum: hemorrhoids

2.12 Manifestations in the respiratory organs: 2.12.1 Bronchial asthma; 2.12.2 Pulmonary emphysema, pulmonary atrophy

2.13 Manifestations in the urinary organs: 2.13.1 glomerulonephritis, tubular nephritis, nephrosclerosis; 2.13.2 albuminuria, globulinuria; Disturbances in the evacuation of urinary substances: uremia, uricemia; 2.13.4 Lithiasis in the urinary organs: urinary stones, etc.

2.14. Manifestationsin the genitals: 2.14.1 female genitals; 2.14.2 Complications in pregnancy; 2.14.3 diaplacental infection; 2.14.4 germinative infection; 2.14.5 male sex organs

2.15 Manifestations in the pancreas (diabetes)

Multiple Sclerosis

In a recent autopsy study of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) patients who died from the disease, ten out of ten (100%!!!) actually had microparasites inside the central nervous system including nematode small worms in the brain.

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One of our goals is to establish a firm scientific platform for some cases of Multiple Sclerosis as a brain/spinal cord chronic infection.

In 2016, using our highly specific Molecular Beacon DNA probes, we detected the specific DNA of Borrelia in the autopsy CSF of multiple sclerosis victims.

Remarkably we detected Borrelia endosymbionts inside parasitic nematode worms in the autopsy brain of ten out of ten MS patients.

Currently, it is taught in medical schools that all cases of Multiple Sclerosis stem from a degenerative condition of unknown cause.

Borrelia spirochetes were cultured from the spinal fluid of ten of ten Multiple Sclerosis patients by Dr. Oystein Brorson, MD and Dr. Sverre-Henning Brorson, MD in 2001.

In addition, all were positive for Borrelia spirochetes by Electron Microscopy.

This discovery helped make sense of what I had found in my Multiple Sclerosis study. If the MS patients had Nematodes and Borrelia burgdorferi in the central nervous system, then the proper treatment wasn’t just antibiotics but would have to be high dose antiparasitic drugs followed by antibiotics, and this combination would have to continue until all parasites in all their growth stages including eggs, had been cleared from the brain.

Why had so many missed this discovery?

In today’s fast-paced medicine, anytime MS is considered the CSF specimens are placed directly in an automated analyzer that looks for MS markers, but not for parasites. On a slide without stain, the CSF looks normal. Then if the lab looks at the slide at 40x magnification or higher, they will miss the worms. It’s like looking at an elephant’s leg an inch away and trying to figure out what the whole animal looks like.

What this means to MS patients?

Clearly this suggests that despite any other treatment, the MS patient should first be placed on an antiparasite medicine for nematodes, followed by antibiotics for Borrelia. Treatment would have to be aggressive to get past the Blood-Brain-Barrier, and prolonged to eradicate the Borrelia.

Dr. Paul Duray MD Research Fellowship Endowment Inc

In Dr Paul Duray’s career, he single-handedly expanded the number of Borrelia illnesses to include:

Borrelia-related Parkinson’s disease;
Borrelia-related intrauterine infections with fetal deaths;
Borrelia muscle diseases, fasciitis and cystitis;
Fatal Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) due to Borreliosis;
Borrelia-related necrotizing splenitis;
Borrelia hepatitis

He also published many landmark manuscripts which redefined and enlarged the medical and scientifc understanding of spirochetal diseases.

Cautionary note:

Nematode infestations of the CNS require very careful treatment and monitoring by an experienced physician. Patients should not attempt to self-treat with antiparasitic drugs. Some anthelmintics can cause severe inflammatory reactions which might require concomitant steroid treatment in order to avoid fatal encephalitis.

Clearly, this suggests that despite any other treatment, the MS patient should first be placed on an antiparasite medicine for nematodes, followed by antibiotics for Borrelia. Treatment would have to be aggressive to get past the Blood-Brain-Barrier and prolonged to eradicate the Borrelia.

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Parasites and heart diseases

Dr. José Ignacio Santos Preciado (parasite researcher at the renowned University of Stanford / California and General Director at the Hospital de México) and his team found out back in 2012 that this is the main cause of all cardiovascular diseases (heart attack, heart failure/CHF, Cardiac arrhythmias, angina pectoris, etc.) is the infestation of the heart with parasites.  According to Dr. Santos Preciado triggered by parasites.



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What does it mean when 2 billion people share their brain with a parasite?

Nearly one-third of the 7.25 billion people on earth, including an estimated 60 million people in the United States, are chronically infected with the protozoan Toxoplasma gondii.

A working immune system can keep the parasite in check, so only a minority of those infected has significant symptoms. But when an unsuspecting woman gets infected during pregnancy and passes the parasite on to her unborn child, the consequences can be profound.

They include devastating damage to the brain, nervous system and eyes. Now there is growing evidence that some people, maybe a lot of people, have subtler symptoms triggered by the infection.

Perhaps the immune response, while keeping the parasites in check, causes collateral damage elsewhere. Or maybe the parasites, which produce the neurotransmitter dopamine and interact with the cells it infects, modifies behavior of its host.

We asked a leading authority on Toxoplasma gondii and toxoplasmosis, Rima McLeod, MD, professor of ophthalmology & visual science and pediatrics and medical director of the toxoplasmosis center at the University of Chicago, a big question: What do we think happens when billions of people go through life with a parasitic brain infection?

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They work by targeting cancer cells (parasites) and preventing them from growing and spreading by stopping their uptake of glucose.

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Here is an audio program on eliminating negative self talk. Negative thoughts plays a huge part in anxiety and getting stuck on them is called “rumination”.  Stress increases histamine and chronic high histamine can cause OCD and rumination.  Check out our page on mental health

Listen to soothing Chakra music to relieve stress and help fall asleep



































Joe Tippens blog on his story of him defeating cancer with an anti-parasitic drug










Here is a website on doing a parasite cleanse.

But you should contact a medical doctor or a naturapathic doctor especially if you have cancer or Multiple Sclerosis before starting removal of the parasites.


Many common foods contain natural compounds that can help fight and kill parasites.
Give any of the below foods and herbs a try to help keep bad bugs at bay, but be sure to visit your doctor if you suspect you have a parasite infection.
They will be able to provide you with additional remedies to take care of it.


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