Health officials warn that salmon caught in Alaskan waters may contain Japanese Tapeworm
A recent study published in the Centres for Diseases Control and Prevention's Emerging Infectious Diseases journal suggested the salmon may have tapeworm.
The study was made after a team of scientists examined
wild Alaskan salmon and observed their organs under microscope.
|Image: Andrea Pokrzywinski|
Previously it was thought that the parasite only infected fish caught in Asia.
To read the Centres for Disease Control and Prevention article on this, click HERE.
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