The scientific evidence to support my claims has already been posted on curezone but I am not taking the time to look it up again.
>- then I guess they should go to a vet for confirmation.
I agree, except that it is not legal for a vet to diagnose humans.
>- then there's no logical argument why doctors or lab techs couldn't confirm it if those people brought those samples from the toilet to them other than those objects weren't really parasites.
False, authorized parasite analysis requires the isolation and identification of parasite eggs in the stool sample. There are newer methods such as analysis of blood markers in some cases.
Having been in past years, a chemist and a biologist, I am at least a little familiar with what goes on.
Many labs hire students to do their testing. These students do have to be able to identify various parasites. These students often work in the late night and early morning hours. They will on many occasions rush through their work, doing the least that they can get by with, and sometimes even fudge their data when they can get away with it.
I know this because I have seen it happen. This is not to say that there are not any good lab techs out there. There are, but there are also those who will do the least that they can get by with to get a paycheck.
According to Ask, the average lab technician pay for Trussville, AL is average $33,000 ,max $47,000 , low $25,000, this is in an area where the average is 60k to 110k
annually. Not what I call a great income. This is also an area where lab techs are in fairly high demand.
Sorry, but I think that $25 k is right at poverty level.