Helminthic therapy in the media

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This page lists various forms of media coverage relating to helminthic therapyThe reintroduction to the digestive tract of a controlled number of specially domesticated, mutualistic helminths (intestinal worms) in the form of microscopic eggs or larvae to reconstitute a depleted biome to treat and prevent chronic inflammation, autoimmune disease and other immunological disorders including allergy. and closely related topics.

NB. There are details at some of the links on this page that are out of date or not factually correct, especially in some of the pieces by journalists, but also in some comments made by scientists and clinicians. Therefore, before acting on anything gleaned from these sources, readers are advised to check the details with the relevant pages in this wiki.

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Dr. Parker is an Associate Professor of Surgery at Duke University, and the Conversation is a well-respected outlet for academic researchers to write about their work for a general audience.

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2018 Jan 25 - Why You Might Want Parasitic Worms - Hank Green, SciShow, You Tube - 6.08 minutes
A video by Complexly, the education channel created by educators and writers John and Hank Green.

2017 Jun 8 - Worms inside us: Lecture on therapeutic helminths to the North Carolina Science Museum (Intended for children, but great for adults too!) - William Parker, YouTube - 34.02 minutes
Dr. Parker is Associate Professor of Surgery at Duke University, and the Conversation is a well-respected outlet for academic researchers to write about their work for a general audience.

2016 Nov 29 - Worming your way to good health - Paul Giacomin, TEDxJCUCairns - 12.52 minutes
Dr. Giacomin is currently Advance Queensland Mid-Career Research Fellow in the Australian Institute of Tropical Health and Medicine at James Cook University in Cairns.

2014 May 6 - Parasites Lost: The Journey from Woeful Worms to Helpful Monsters - Christopher Blanar, TEDxNSU - 14.12 minutes
Dr Blanar is Assistant Professor of Biology at Nova Southeastern University. His research interests focus on the fields of parasitology and general ecology.

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