On today’s show we talke about a 3rd intestinal coccidian parasite and least common (remember we already discussed Cryptosporidium and Cyclospora), Cystoisospora belli, or you may remember it as Isospora belli.
Joining me as always to talk about parasites is Parasitology teacher and author of the book, Parasites: Tales of Humanity’s Most Unwelcome Guests, Rosemary Drisdelle.
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- Taenia saginata: The beef tapeworm
- Foodborne parasites in the US
- Guinea worm disease: A discussion about the ‘fiery serpent’
- Dicrocoelium dendriticum: The lancet liver fluke
- Paragonimus: A look at this parasitic lung fluke
- Clonorchis sinensis: The Chinese liver fluke
- Parasites 101: Whipworm
- Parasites 101: Hookworms
- Pork tapeworm and cysticercosis
- Raw water: ‘In defiance of everything science tells us’
- Parasites 101: Entamoeba histolytica
- Diphyllobothrium: The largest known tapeworms that can infect people
- Parasites 101: Swimmer’s itch
- Coyote tapeworm in Alberta: 5th human case reported
- Raccoon roundworm: The rare and potentially lethal zoonosis
Intro music: “Rapture” by Ross Bugden