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The following topics are addressed on this site in relation to helminthic therapyThe reintroduction of a controlled number of carefully selected benign intestinal worms in the form of larvae or eggs to reconstitute a depleted microbiome in order to treat or prevent chronic inflammation, autoimmune disease and other immunological disorders including allergy..

For medical conditions that have been treated using helminthic therapyThe reintroduction of a controlled number of carefully selected benign intestinal worms in the form of larvae or eggs to reconstitute a depleted microbiome in order to treat or prevent chronic inflammation, autoimmune disease and other immunological disorders including allergy., see Helminthic therapy personal stories.


Anaemia/anemia
Anecdotal reports
Appetite
Ascaris lumbricoides
Biosafety
Blogs
'Bounce'
Cancer
Children
Deworming
Doctors, working with
Dosing frequency
Dosing with hookworms
Egg counting
Eosinophils
FAQ
Fibromyalgia
HDC, self treating with
Helminth care
Helminth providers
Helminthic therapy, history of
Helminths, therapeutic
Hookworm dosing and response
Hookworm timeline
Human helminth care
Immune system, effects of helminths on
Incubation
Inoculation
Introduction to helminthic therapy
Leaky gut syndrome
Lyme disease
Mast cell disorders
McMaster egg count
Media coverage of helminthic therapy
Microbiome
Microbiota
Microscope selection and use
Necator americanus
Nutritional deficiencies
Obtaining helminths
Personal stories
Poetry
Pregnancy
Provider reviews
Providers of helminths
Rash from hookworm inoculation
Research
Response time after inoculation
Safety
Science
Self-treatment survey
Shelf life of helminths
Sourcing helminths
Stool testing
Success stories
Support groups
TSO, self treating with
Terminating a helminth infection
Terminology
Vaccines
Weight, body
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