Helminthic therapy support groups

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Discussion groups

  • Helminthic Therapy Support Group (Facebook) - This is the most active group, with over 4,000 members.
  • Helminthic Therapy Forum (Yahoo) - Has almost 2,000 members and 11,500 posts dating back to the first use of hookwormsA helminth that lives in the small intestine. Necator americanus (NA) is the only hookworm species used in helminthic therapy. Its microscopic larvae are applied periodically to the skin. as a therapy in 2007. Posts can be read by non-members, but most posts are several years old and the group is now only used by people who are not on Facebook.
  • Helminthic Therapy Users Discussion (Facebook) - Has over 1,300 members but has been little used over the past few years.
  • Helminthic Therapy Providers Discussion (Facebook) - Has only 100 members and has been defunct for several years.

DIYDo-It-Yourself. Literally to bypass the professional and do it yourself. helminth incubation groups

  • Helminth Incubation Group (Facebook) - The best discussion group for the cultivation of NAthe human hookworm, Necator americanus, HDCthe cysticercoids (larval cysts) of the rat tapeworm, Hymenolepis diminuta & TTOthe ova (eggs) of the human whipworm, Trichuris trichiura.
  • Hookworm Donors (Yahoo) - A network for sharing hookwormA helminth that lives in the small intestine. Necator americanus (NA) is the only hookworm species used in helminthic therapy. Its microscopic larvae are applied periodically to the skin. eggs and larvaeThe active immature form of an insect, or an animal such as a helminth, which develops from an egg and eventually transforms again into its adult state..
  • Incubating Hookworm (Yahoo) - An older group for hookwormA helminth that lives in the small intestine. Necator americanus (NA) is the only hookworm species used in helminthic therapy. Its microscopic larvae are applied periodically to the skin. growers, now little used.

For detailed instructions on how to cultivate NAthe human hookworm, Necator americanus, HDCthe cysticercoids (larval cysts) of the rat tapeworm, Hymenolepis diminuta and TTOthe ova (eggs) of the human whipworm, Trichuris trichiura, see Helminth incubation methods.

Support from Helminth providers

Helminth providers are very experienced, very generous with their time and usually happy to answer questions via email (or phone if you have, or are considering, a business relationship).

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