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Ancient Egyptian Songstress Parasite Diagnosis
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Ancient Egyptian Songstress Parasite Diagnosis

I thought it interesting how a 25th Dynasty, ancient Egyptian chantress/singer, can get a quick diagnosis, while most of us modern day sufferers can't get squat! We need doctors to use some of these "non destructive scientific techniques", on the living... I wonder if Asru even knew what was wrong with her, or were the "old" priest doctors also keeping a secret?

"Using a pioneering range of non-destructive scientific techniques, the Project showed that in life Asru had suffered from a number of diseases.

Among her complaints would have been anaemia, coughing, stomach ache and diarrhoea, caused by a parasitic bladder infection – called schistosomiasisis (or bilharzia) and other worm infestations, probably Strongyloides."


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