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Re: E. Histolytica and colon cancer
 
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Re: E. Histolytica and colon cancer


Here is exactly what D'angelo wrote"

"E. histolitica needs to be a fresh specimen – not a preserved one. And the lab needs to look for them within 20 minutes of passing the stool sample. Dientamoeba fragilis I see from time to time in the stool samples sent to me. Trichuris tricuria is found in muscle and the best test is a blood test looking for antibodies against this organism. Dr. d’Angelo"

Now when I asked him, what if his patients had Eh, and but he cannot find it yet give them a negative report, D'angelo had no good answer. So I would not recommend him at all. Because he rarely ever finds anything at ll. At least D'angelo is honest about it.

All cahill can find is Eh. but he also wrong about many other things.
 

 
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