Cats causing brain cancer? Research in America has identified that the carts are a possible trigger for severe brain cancer.
In our society, keeping cats as pets is very common. The majority of the people stay Persian cats as their pet cats come in many other breeds and leave the pet to roam around the house.
Allergies from cats are widespread. The cat’s lifestyle is usually roaming all around the house, says the US-based research studies.
US Center for Disease Control and Prevention control’s study claimed that 40 million people (only in the US) have a parasite called Toxoplasma Gondii growing in their brains, which is a strong trigger for brain cancer and schizophrenia.
Dr. Robertski, who led the study at the American Cancer Society, verified the news that the parasite is transmitted from domestic cats (stray cats) to humans.
Dr. Robertski also drew attention to Toxoplasmosis, a type of nervous system disorder caused by parasites. The disease caused by the parasite is called Toxoplasma, which is above all parasites growing in the human brain that triggers brain cancer or brain tumor.
Two researchers who initiated the study say that two types of studies show a clear link between the parasites. The task is yet to find the linkage between the parasite and brain cancer, needing further research.
Scientists confirm that it is not the pet cats that cause this, but only the stray cats roam outside the house all day.
A study conducted at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, in 2020 found that the parasite Toxoplasma Gondi is found in cat urine is harmless, but the severe parasite is found in Cat’s stool, which can cause brain cancer. But, it can still transmit from cats to humans and can cause molecules (brain disease).
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