Before, I say anything else, I'm not sick, and no one I know is sick. This is kinda a question related to a project/research I'm doing for something. I know my questions are kinda in depth, so if no one has answers, that's okay. ^^;
Right-o. Anyway, if people with normal immune systems can fight off toxoplasmosis, how do they know it's even there?
Is it ever possible for an immuno-competent person to develop a severe case of toxoplasmosis (requiring treatment)?
And what the heck is the difference between acute and latent toxoplasmosis?
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