Information about this parasite, shocks. Back in the 50s of the last century, the Englishman H. Wiyder examined 46 eyes removed by surgeons with a diagnosis of cancer. In 24 of them, he found Toxocar larvae!

About 20 years later, American doctors conducted the same study. Result: Toxocar larvae found in 88 of 245 remote dead people.
According to Russian scientists, hundreds of thousands of people infected with toxocariasis are registered annually during autopsies of deceased people, but many doctors have not even heard of toxocariasis!
What is the reason for this neglect of toxocariasis? Is it a rare human parasite? It turns out not!

Mature toxocaras live in the intestines of dogs, cats, wolves, and other members of these genera. Together with the feces of these animals, the eggs of toxocar fall on the ground and remain infectious for about 10 years. When the feces dries up, the eggs are carried by the wind, can be carried home on the soles of shoes, on clothes and on hands that have touched animal fur.
How does Toxocar infection occur?
Infection of people occurs when toxocar eggs are swallowed from inhaled dust, from contaminated hands, from poorly washed food, etc. In the human intestine, microscopic larvae (0.1-0.2 mm) emerge from the swallowed eggs. They are introduced into the intestinal wall, into the veins,lymphatic vessels, located there and are carried to various organs.
During pregnancy and lactation, larvae can enter the fetus from the mother's body. If they damage the vital organs of the fetus, fetus death, miscarriage occurs. If other organs are damaged, the child suffers from illnesses from nowhere.
In human organs, toxocara larvae live for tens of years and never turn into mature worms
In the organs of patients, around the larvae, tumors of various sizes and nodes are formed. Periodically, the larvae become active and continue to migrate through various organs.
What symptoms can there be with toxocariasis?
With toxocariasis, there is often a prolonged increase in temperature. The rest of the symptoms depend on which organ the larvae damaged. If lungs, then there may be a cough. If the brain, then convulsions, headaches, paresis, paralysis. In case of eye damage - keratitis, uveitis, granuloma, inflammation of the optic nerve, glaucoma, retinoblastoma (cancer). Common symptoms of all helminthic diseases, including toxocariasis, are allergies, X-rays, computed tomography, NMR, PET, ultrasound cannot distinguish toxocariasis tumors from cancer with metastases.
Oncologists and surgeons in the diagnosis of tumors most of all trust histological analysis. To do this, you need to do a biopsy, that is, take a piece of the tumor so that the histologist can examine it under a microscope.
With the location of tumors in the eyes, brain and other internal organs, it is difficult to make a biopsy. Widespread tumors (metastases) are usually not operated on. They try to treat such patients with chemotherapy and radiation.
Can they help with toxocariasis? Of course not! After a short-term decrease in the irradiated tumor and an even greater weakening of the immune system, a rapid activation occurs.
The main reason is the lack of reliable methods for diagnosing parasites!
Doctors often do not know about toxocariasis
In modern medical laboratories, only a blood test is used to diagnose canine toxocariasis
There is no method for diagnosing feline toxocariasis! Many people, including doctors, think that a blood test is an accurate method for diagnosing parasites. In fact, this is a biochemical blood test, with which they are trying to find not worms, but antibodies formed in the blood of infected people. It is known that chemical reactions can occur only under the appropriate conditions - a sufficient amount of substances that enter into the reaction, the presence of catalysts, the required temperature, atmospheric pressure, etc.
Therefore, this analysis is not accurate!
A negative analysis result can exist if:
  • No infection
  • There is an infection, but there are not enough antibodies for the biochemical reaction of their detection
A positive test result can be if:
  • Infection is
  • Infection once was, toxocars died, only antibodies remained
This analysis can be confusing for doctors and patients!
I wonder how the effectiveness of drugs is checked if there are no accurate methods for diagnosing infection?
There are no effective drugs for toxocariasis either!
Treatment with the device "Imedis"
Currently, only on the Imedis apparatus, with a good specialist, it is possible to accurately diagnose and destroy the larvae of all toxocara subspecies by resonant frequencies. The widespread use of this apparatus can help physicians avoid diagnostic and treatment errors.
Here are some interesting examples from our practice:
Patient M.
11 years old
Diagnosis: toxocariasis
For more than a year, he has been worried about redness, itching, purulent discharge from the eyes. He was repeatedly examined and treated, including in Iran, in Turkey. Everywhere they made crops, found microbes, prescribed antibiotics, reassured that it was conjunctivitis, it would soon pass, but the condition only got worse. Due to the abundant discharge of pus, the boy could not open his eyes, he could not read, which means he could be in time at school.

We diagnosed toxocariasis using the Imedis apparatus. We selected therapeutic frequencies. The parasites were destroyed by resonant frequencies.

Within 2 weeks the child recovered completely.
Patient Yu. A.
19 years old
Diagnosis: allergy
She has been suffering from allergies since childhood. For some unknown reason, she often has itchy red spots all over her body, which temporarily disappear after taking the medication.

On the device "Imedis" we diagnosed infection of the patient with the larvae of canine toxocara. These worms live in the intestines of infected dogs, cats, and wild animals of these genera. The eggs of the parasites fall on the ground along with the faeces of animals, and may be on their wool. Infection of people occurs when the eggs of parasites are swallowed with inhaled dusty air, from contaminated hands, food. In the human body, the larvae live for more than 10 years, never turn into mature worms.This patient had parasites in the intestinal lymph nodes and in the spleen.

We selected frequencies to reduce the sensitivity of the patient's body to parasitic toxins, to treat inflammation in organs damaged by parasites and others. The parasites were destroyed by resonant frequencies.
7 months have passed. Allergies were gone!
Patient A.
23 years old
Diagnosis: toxocariasis
For about 4 months she is worried about the daily temperature rise from 37.2 to 39.5. All kinds of examinations and analyzes cannot establish the cause.

We diagnosed toxocariasis using the Imedis. We selected therapeutic frequencies. The parasites were destroyed by resonant frequencies.

After 8 days, the temperature returned to normal.
Patient P. N.
60 years old
Diagnosis: allergic conjunctivitis
For more than 10 years, the patient is periodically worried about redness and itching of the eyes. On sunny days, red, itchy patches appear on her skin. The patient was treated by an ophthalmologist, allergist, dermatologist. The cause of the disease is not known. Treatment temporarily relieves her condition.

We diagnosed the larvae of feline toxocaras using the Imedis. Parasites were in the veins of the conjunctiva of the eyes, in the lymph nodes of the gates of the liver, in the veins of the liver.

We selected therapeutic frequencies. The parasites were destroyed by resonant frequencies. After 3 months, the patient was no longer worried about anything.

More than 1 year has passed. The patient has recovered!
Patient M.I.
70 years old
Diagnosis: Prostate cancer. T3N0M0. Condition after combined treatment with MAB + radiation therapy. Peripheral neuroendocrine cancer of the middle lobe of the right lung рG3 T1N0M0. Condition after removal of the middle lobe of the right lung dated 05/12/2011. Right kidney cancer T2N0M0. Resection of the right kidney 31.05. 2012 Recurrence of kidney cancer. Suspicion of multiple lung metastases of unclear etiology. (Neuroendocrine lung cancer or papillary kidney cancer?).
Associated diseases. Diabetes mellitus type 2, compensated by pills. Myocardial infarction in 1988. Angioplasty of the left leg arteries for atherosclerosis. Condition after standing arteries of the heart in 2001
Stenosis stands up to 30-50%! Internal carotid artery stenosis (left 50%, right 50%). Stenosis of the left subclavian artery 40%. Multinodular goiter 1 degree. Cysts of the left kidney. Chronic renal failure due to which chemotherapy treatment was discontinued. Varicose veins of the legs, gastroduadenitis. A patient came to us 13 years after the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer!

At Imedis, we diagnosed toxocariasis and excessive negative exposure (ENI).Toxocar larvae move with blood, injure the inner lining of the arteries and veins. A crust forms at the site of skin lesions. Likewise, at the site of damage to the arteries, veins, crusts are formed, which are called cholesterol plaques.

Think about whether toxacar larvae can be the cause of atherosclerosis, myocardial infarction, varicose veins, re-narrowing of the stands of the arteries of the heart?Toxacar larvae form tumors of different sizes.

Think about whether they could be the cause of a prostate tumor? Prostate cancer was treated with chemotherapy + radiation therapy. We diagnosed toxocariasis. This means that chemotherapy and radiation therapy did not destroy the parasites.

ENI can cause arterial spasm, myocardial infarction, cerebrovascular accident, diabetes mellitus. The presence of atherosclerosis significantly increases the risk of these complications.
Cancers of the right lung and right kidney were named by histologists as neuroendocrine and papillary cancers, respectively. Oncologists do not know which of them has formed multiple metastases in the lungs. Toxocar larvae can form tumors in any organs, including in the lungs, in the kidneys, nodes in the thyroid gland, cysts of the left kidney.
Why didn't the histologists see toxocar larvae? They also looked under a microscope at the removed part of the lung and kidney.

In oncology, a theory has been adopted according to which cancer cells are formed from the cells of the organs of patients, but they do not look like them. Histologists see under the microscope cells of human organs and cells of parasites. Most histologists are well aware of how cells of human organs look under a microscope, but they do not know how cells of toxocar larvae look under a microscope. They are not taught this!

In such a situation, parasite cells that do not resemble human organ cells can be called cancer cells.
Patient M. S.
23 years old
Diagnosis: allergies, diarrhea, dizziness
For more than 1 year she has been worried about small, red rashes all over the body with itching, often diarrhea dizziness. Moreover, blood pressure and hemoglobin are normal. Examination and treatment by a therapist, cardiologist, allergist only temporarily improves the condition. The cause of the disease is not known.

At Imedis, we diagnosed toxocariasis. Parasites were in the liver, vertebral arteries. We selected therapeutic frequencies. The parasites were destroyed by resonant frequencies.

After 3 months, the patient was no longer worried about anything!