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Re: Cutaneous periumbilical purpura in disseminated strongyloidiasis in cancer patients:
 
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Re: Cutaneous periumbilical purpura in disseminated strongyloidiasis in cancer patients:


These patients tested positive for strongyloides and were given cancer treatment. Itís obvious a few doses of wormers wonít eliminate strongyloides I posted article showing 5 year minimum to completely eliminate using ivermectin , but a few high doses of steroids and major diseminated hyperinfection , disseminated hyperinfection has a very small chance of survival . Also due to dna sequencing they r finding out some human cancer cells have helminths dna , many links to parasites (bacteria helminths virus Protozoa causing cancer , these otgamisms manipulate immune system create biotoxins and rob us of important nutrients we need . If reading articles carefully one says cancer cells act very similar to helminths , which came first chicken or egg , I also posted many articles showing helminths and cancer die from same meds , clinical studies ,
 

 
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