Dr. Ardis DC interviews Dr. Omar...

Dr. Omar M. Amin. , Ph.D., founder of PCI, is a Professor of Parasitology. He is a nationally...


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KIPPY G SHILLAM
KIPPY G SHILLAM
  2022-08-13 16:43:31

I went to an "alternative" physician here in Texas who ran some tests and told me I had lung and kidney flukes. I had been having tightening in my lungs (in my back) that was uncomfortable ever since having –and beating by dropping my blood sugars under 100– Covid in August 2021. My doc said it would go away, but it never did. It actually migrated south to a lower back discomfort. Long story short, she said one of the residual effects of the Delta was lung flukes. She says she sees it all the time. People go to an allopathic doc and they take X-rays and other scans. "Look at these white patches. They are covid damage. You will just have to live with it" they say. It is not. It is flukes and you can kill them before they do long-term damage. I used a RIFE machine to kill them and have been symptom free ever since. Dr. Ardis, let me know at kyp.shillam22@gmail.com if you want to be connected to this physician. You might already be. She is helping many in Texas.

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Hazleton Barbara
Hazleton Barbara
  2022-05-23 16:42:52

Kudos to you, Dr Ardis, for taking on topics that are verboten. Discussing Parasitology is opening a can of worms. The problem is that testing is so inaccurate that using a gunshot approach currently is the only solution.

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Robert Hartung
Robert Hartung
  2022-05-23 14:49:09

However, I have found many misdiagnoses by those using modalities that give false positives. Just because a specific ailment cannot be accurately identified, jumping to the conclusion that the origin is parasitic, is equally damaging for chiropractic and naturopathic practitioners.

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Robert Hartung
Robert Hartung
  2022-05-23 14:42:25

Having once lectured on parasitic diseases for the National Health Federation, I have to agree with Dr. Amin, who I met many years ago when I lived in Phoenix. There are more parasitic infections in North Americans than one would believe.

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