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Common Human Parasites And Pathogens And Their Natural Remedies In The USA | 3386
ISSN: 2161-069X

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Common human parasites and pathogens and their natural remedies in the USA

2nd International Conference on Gastroenterology & Urology

Omar M. Amin

ScientificTracks Abstracts: J Gastrointest Dig Syst

DOI: 10.4172/2161-069X.S1.012

This presentation is based on our diagnostic work and research at the Parasitology Center, Inc. (PCI), in Scottsdale, Arizona, USA. A brief introduction addresses exposure to parasitic infections, testing, impact on public health, and the diagnosis of common parasitic infections. The most common protozoan and helminth (worm) parasites as well as pathogenic bacteria in the USA are cosmopolitan. Our work and products are, thus, applicable world-wide where they are also distributed. The primary focus here is to introduce our natural herbal anti-parasitic remedy comprising three formulas, FREEDOM/CLEANSE/RESTORE (F/C/R). F/C/R is the most popular and effective anti-parasitic remedy in the USA today. FREEDOM frees and protects the body from parasitic infections. CLEANSE cleanses the intestine from parasite toxins, promotes regularity, and integrates organ system functions. RESTORE supports the integrity and regeneration of tissues damaged by parasite feeding, migration, and toxic byproducts. F/C/R also has a wider application for use in infected pets. At PCI, we also diagnose pet parasites. Published sources used to formulate F/C/R as well as reports from clients who have used the product are included. All topics are presented with illustrated labeled pictures of the various kinds of parasites and bacterial pathogens tested for in our facility and their gross pathology in human tissues, when applicable. GI symptoms caused by pathogenic bacteria are similar to those caused by intestinal parasites.
Omar M. Amin received his M.Sc. in Medical Entomology from Cairo University, Egypt and his Ph.D. in Parasitology and Infectious Diseases from Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, USA. Post-doctoral experience at Old Dominion Univ., Norfolk, Virginia and CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), Atlanta, Georgia, USA was on ticks and tick-borne diseases and Rocky Mountain spotted fever research. He has worked at NAMRU-3 (US Naval Medical Research Unit # 3) Cairo, Egypt (research on arthropods and arthropod-borne diseases in Africa) then at the University of Wisconsin: Teaching Epidemiology and 4 different courses in Parasitology and considerable research work in wildlife parasitology. He has received many awards and grants given by US Army, national and state agencies annually in support of parasitological research. The Persian Gulf research was supported by 2 Fulbright Research Scholarships. He has published over 195 articles on human parasitology and wildlife agents of human diseases in North America (encephalitis, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, intestinal parasites and Neuro-cutaneous Syndrome) and in South America (Peru, Chile), North and East Africa (Malawi), West Africa (Mali), Persian Gulf (Kuwait, Bahrain), Middle East (Egypt, Iraq, Iran), Asia (Taiwan, Thailand, China, Inner Mongolia, Vietnam, India) , Europe (Russia, Czech Republic, Germany) and Mexico. His discoveries include the description of about 37 new species of parasites and higher taxa as well as the discovery of a new disease: Neuro-cutaneous Syndrome (NCS) which is a toxicity disorder. He has conducted many workshops and made a considerably larger number of presentations to various international and national scientific groups. A 5-part video set on parasites was also published for medical education. This video, among others, is now available in a power point CD format. He is currently the Director, Parasitology Center, Inc. (PCI), Scottsdale, Arizona, USA, with subunits in Mexico and West Africa (Mali)