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Trying to update the list for testing labs.  I have ParaWellness, Genova, Dr. Amin's Parasitology Center in Arizona, and Dr. Stenvsold lab in Europe.  Please contribute any other labs you may know about. Thanks.
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Jan 27 14 9:02 PM

Here is the information abouit Dr. Glen Wilcox (New Mexico) - LINK
I have not spoken to their office but was told that you can call them for a parasite testing kit which the cost is $369 as of this writing. From what I understand he uses a lab outside of the United States who reportedly is good, finding parasites that other labs failed at. Dr. Wilcox does not prescribe drugs, only herbs. If you have used this lab please let us know the outcomes.
Advantage: Test from home, apparently lab is good.
Disadvantage: Treats with herbs only, no prescriptions. Treating doctors may not accept these findings since they are not a 'normal' lab.
Here is what Dr. Wilcox says on the website

Specimen Analysis

Since 1988, Dr. Wilcox has worked and studied with Hammed A. Ibraheem, M.D., Ph.D., the internationally respected parasitologist and founder of the Eko University of Medicine and Health Sciences in Nigeria . Stool, urine, sputum, blood and other specimens are sent to the Medical School for analysis. For more information contact Dave at 505-771-4998 or email drwilcoxofficemanager@gmail.com.

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Jan 27 14 9:16 PM

xelaetaks wrote:
Labcorp serology blood tests could apparently diagnose some parasites.

Thanks for that information - do you have any links to the specific tests?

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Jan 30 14 3:27 PM

The tests are done with Labcorp - some insurance companies cover them as well.

The doctor simply writes serology tests and they can be done at a labcorp testing facility and test multitudes of parasites - so for example they can test ameoba, fasicolisis - this one seemed to take longer than others so they may refer that to another lab, strongyloides, etc....

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