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mlg
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Article on toxoplasmosis

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/8664249/Cat-parasite-linked-to-brain-cancer.html

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"Chief causes of infection in humans are consuming undercooked meat, especially lamb, pork and venison"

Ummmm...check...check...check...and check.

[Eek!]

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I recently completed a month of Sepra for toxo p. Gondii. Now my test results are higher. Is one month not long enough to eradicate it?

I have cats and my LLMD said it was from their litter box.

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