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Re: Diatrizoic Acid injections for tapeworms??
 
Kolt Quinn Views: 2,765
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Re: Diatrizoic Acid injections for tapeworms??


http://illnessopedia.org/disease-info/bothriocephalosis-572/


"Praziquantel and niclosamide are historical treatments that should no longer be used as first line of therapy in developed countries because they result in destruction and disintegration of the worm which may make it impossible to confirm that the scolex (or head of the worm) has been passed, which is the only way to confirm cure. Praziquantel or niclosamide should only be given out in situations when endoscopy is not available or is not possible. The preferred treatment for all Tapeworm infections is injection of diatrizoic acid into the duodenum, which causes the worm to detach itself and be passed whole."

My opinion is you do it all: ICU's protocol, Diatrizoic Acid and all the natural remedies. So does anyone know of a doctor or medical office administering the diatrizoic acid injections?
 

 
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