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The Spreading of Echinococcus Granulosus Eggs

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I believe that in my years on earth that it has been human nature, at least to some degree, to live in denial of becoming […]

IDFG Kills 776.5 Million Echinococcus Granulosus Eggs in Lolo

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Shooting from helicopters, IDFG officials succeeded in killing 5 gray wolves – an effort to rebuild a severely dwindled elk herd. Just as importantly, if […]

Echinococcus Granulosus In Idaho Brought By Wolves And Here To Stay

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Delane C. Kritsky, Professor emeritus, Idaho State University, Pocatello, Idaho writes the following in an email message to those concerned about the detected presence of […]

Failed to Treat Canadian Wolves for Echinococcus?

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*Editor’s Note* This is a copy of an email response from Dr. Clay Dethlefsen, to a person from Sweden questioning whether or not introduced Canadian […]

Scientific Studies and Reports on Echinocossus Granulosus and Hydatid Disease

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Hydatid disease: medical problems, veterinary solutions, political obstacles From the Medical Journal of Australia, this editorial deals with the struggles in dealing with hydatid disease. […]

Dead Wolves Near Elk City Given Necropsy – E. Granulosus Disease Prevalent

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More troubling news coming out today of disease-ridden wolves in the Elk City, Idaho area. Of seven wolves killed, necropsies where performed on five of […]

A Warning To Outdoor Users About Echinococcus, From Worms

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This is a warning to outdoor users about a potentially deadly biological event that could result from one’s curiosity to poke at and kick through […]

“Outright Lies” Spoken at Wolf Meeting in Spokane

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*Editor’s Note* Below is a copy of a letter from Lynn Stuter, directed to fish and game commissioner Phil Anderson about information passed on to […]

Human Echinococcosis Mortality in the United States, 1990–2007

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Abstract Background Despite the endemic nature of Echinococcus granulosus and Echinococcus multilocularis infection in regions of the United States (US), there is a lack of […]

Palm Trees, Sugar Cane and Parakeets Diminish Minnesota Moose Herd

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On January 4, 2013, Pioneer Press of Minnesota carried an article by Dave Orrick about an upcoming study to take place in that state “to […]

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