Researchers found that adults with Toxoplasma gondii infection from undercooked meat and contaminated water, especially those with elevated T. gondii antibody levels, had increased odds of developing glioma, compared with those without T. gondii infection. The findings in the International Journal of Cancer suggest that T. gondii infection avoidance may curb glioma risk, but more studies are still needed, researchers said.
Toxoplasma gondii tied to elevated glioma risk
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