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Parasite Spread to Humans by Pet Cats Linked to Brain Cancer. CancerNeoscope
New research suggest. Toxoplasma gondii, the brain parasite infamously spread by pet cats, is linked to a greater risk, brain cancer.

About 40 million people in US are estimated to have a parasite called Toxoplasma gondii living in their brains, according to CDC data. The parasite, is infamously spread from their pet cats, was not previously known to cause notable medical issues for humans, but now, ominously, new research links the parasite to an ever increased risk of brain cancer.

Toxoplasmosis, or the disease caused by the Toxoplasma gondii parasite, seems to coincide with an increased risk of the brain cancer glioma, according to American Cancer Society research published Monday in The International Journal of Cancer.
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