You are very incorrect. You are getting information from the CDC, but they are wrong as well. Flukes are much more common than reported. Labs here don't really run the correct tests. Doctors here don't run enough stool samples and usually don't even run an antigen test that is required. No American lab will be able to identify any fluke type for that matter. It would be chance if they did. Even doctors from third world countries sometimes have trouble properly diagnosing a fluke infection. Takes many tests and sometimes it doesn't show up but the infection is still present. Bolivian doctors educated me on this problem. Doctors who are in the field with years of experience. Until the labs and the U.S. doctors figure things out here, the CDC numbers will be false. Remember, the CDC info comes from the doctors and labs. If there is a crack in the system, the whole system fails. There is a BIG crack in this system. Just test the system. Go to a U.S. doctor and ask for parasite testing. My guess is he may have you give him ONE stool sample then pronounce you clean. Any specialist in the field of parasitology will tell you that you weren't properly tested. Evidence of this can be found in PubMed. Where research was performed and then the research was scrutinized as possibly being innacurate due to only one stool sample. Also, just by talking to these doctors in third world countries you will learn alot. Much testing has to be done.