"If the tapeworm goes unnoticed, it can spread to other parts of the body, much like how cancer invades and destroys organs," he added.
"The infestation grows slowly, on average 14 cubic centimetres a year. By the time it's found, it may be inoperable. People can get the tapeworm from eating foods exposed to traces of canine feces and should be especially vigilant in washing vegetables grown close to the ground." lavender or lilac wedding collections

Parasite worms its way into Alberta, infecting humans through dogs, coyotes University of Alberta scientists are alerting the public to a potentially lethal tapeworm, which infects humans through the feces of coyotes and dogs.cbc.ca