As eating raw fish has become more popular, gruesome tapeworm tales have emerged. But how worried should sashimi lovers be – and how else might we become infected?

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The atient had omplained of 胃bdominal 痛ain. uring a bout of loody diarrhoea, eports Bahn, “he ays: ‘I ook down and I ook

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