In article <CnspC2.79u at ucdavis.edu> scott at tapeworm.ucdavis.edu (Scott Gardner, Nematology UCD) writes:
>>Here in smoggy California, there appears to be a shortage of VERMOX...
>shortage of VERMOX. I usually take this drug when I get Ascaris. What do you take?
This last line is interesting! I'm curious as to how frequently one gets
Ascaris in Davis CA.
Really though, it raises an interesting question of how many parasitologists
have been parasitized by interesting and exotic beasties, and whether
or not there are anecdotes worth telling in intro Parasitology courses.
(save E. vermicularis, toxo, and other relatively inocuous companions)
Please post 'em!!
Mark Siddall The greatest obstacle to discovery is not ignorance,
Department of Zoology - it is the _illusion_ of knowledge.
University of Toronto D. J. Boorstein
mes at zoo.toronto.edu