The question I have, which is a question other more experienced biologists still trying to answer, is why the long journey out of the small intestine only to wind back up in the same place - Parasitophilia


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While there are a variety of these infections, one in particular called ascariasis, or ascaris, has become so widespread that, according to the Center for Disease Control, it “account[s] for a major burden of disease worldwide.” In total, 807 million to 1.2 billion people around the world are infected with this parasitic illness, which is also classified as a neglected…

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