The trend of keeping cats as pets at home is also very common in our society. When princes raise Persian cats, the poor set aside a corner in the house for a cat to roam the streets.
A cat is an uninvited guest who stays in your home at all times, even if it is not a pet. And no animal lover would like to be blamed for the spread of disease. Allergies to cats and their hair are commonplace, but new US research suggests cats may be a potential cause of serious brain disease.
According to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 40 million Americans have a parasite (parasite) Toxoplasma gondii growing in their brains, which causes brain cancer and schizophrenia in humans.
Dr. Robert, who led the study, said the parasite was transmitted from domestic cats to humans. According to research by the American Cancer Society
We turned our attention to this because of Toxoplasmosis (a type of nervous system disorder caused by an abundance of parasites in the fibers), because the cause of this disease is a parasite called Toxoplasma, which Parallel to the above parasites, growing in the human brain increases the risk of developing brain cancer or tumors.
The researchers say that two different studies show a clear link between the two parasites. But the study has not yet found concrete evidence of a link between these parasites and brain cancer, which requires further research.
A study from the University of Copenhagen last year found that the parasite Toxoplasma gondii found in cat urine is usually harmless, but thanks to raw meat it can be transmitted to humans and cause molecules (brain disease).