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15 June 2019

     17:01  Helminthic therapy FAQ‎ (diff | hist) . . (+638). . John (talk | contribs) (FAQs for helminth hosts: Added a question about tattoos.)
     15:42  Helminthic therapy safety‎‎ (7 changes | history) . . (+3,476). . [John‎ (7×)]
      15:42 (cur | prev) . . (+1,201). . John (talk | contribs) (The safety of NA: Rearranged the sections and added to the Can hookworms make their hosts' blood too thin? section.)
 m    15:10 (cur | prev) . . (0). . John (talk | contribs) (Do hookworms cause tissue damage?)
 m    14:27 (cur | prev) . . (-1). . John (talk | contribs) (Known and possible contraindications for the use of helminthic therapy)
 m    03:09 (cur | prev) . . (+1). . John (talk | contribs) (Known and possible contraindications for the use of helminthic therapy)
      03:08 (cur | prev) . . (+8). . John (talk | contribs) (Known and possible contraindications for the use of helminthic therapy: Updated a local link.)
 m    02:47 (cur | prev) . . (+101). . John (talk | contribs)
      02:38 (cur | prev) . . (+2,166). . John (talk | contribs) (The safety of NA: Added a new subsection: Can hookworms make their hosts' blood too thin?)

12 June 2019

     20:43  Hookworm side effects‎ (diff | hist) . . (-306). . John (talk | contribs) (Oral symptoms)

10 June 2019

     02:01  Human helminth care manual‎ (diff | hist) . . (+264). . John (talk | contribs) (Miscellaneous pharmaceuticals and chemicals: Added entry for prucalopride.)