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Hookworm

Hookworm

a parasitic intestinal infection caused most commonly by necator americanus or ancylostoma duodenale. Individuals may be asymptomatic and be carriers. Infection occurs when the larvae invade exposed skin, most commonly the feet.

symptoms can be similar to peptic ulcer disease.


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... kinds of little bits of info there was a one liner - to no one in particular, very small, most would have over-looked... quote - "Aids is a hookworm" - that was it.....why not....just a really hardy one...I guess. Did ya ever read the Cure for All Cancers....she probably is right on. Mm

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