Acanthamoeba, A Short Study in its Pathogenicity...By Ken Ramos
For those of you who have read my previous article, "Beware the Ides of Summer", you have no doubt come to the conclusion that I am keenly interested in the hazards associated with amoeba that pose the potential for serious infections in human beings.Most often we associate amoeba with aquatic environments such as lakes, ponds, streams, and rivers. Seldom do we give thought to the soil, the dust.
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