1. Tapeworms in the brain need to be removed surgically. Otherwise, the worms will die and calcify, after which the brain will begin to undergo atrophy which is usually a downhill spiral leading to death - sorry if this sound negative, but the truth is, it isn't the worms themselves that are the biggest issue, but the residual effects of the worms after expiring - as it turns out, they cannot survive there.
Hope this helps and I do hope the person suffering gets the help they need to regain wellness asap.
2. Here is an article on treating tapeworm infections.
Hidden Epidemic: Tapeworms Living Inside People's Brains | DiscoverMagazine.com
Breaking the Cycle
A great step forward came in the mid-1980s when praziquantel, the first drug able to kill tapeworm larvae in the brain, became widely available. But praziquantel proved too effective. It not only kills tapeworms but also triggers an immune reaction that causes brain swelling. “Paradoxically, we produce the disease we want to treat,” Nash says.
Over the years Nash and others refined the treatment by combining praziquantel with other drugs that tamp down the immune system. It is far from a perfect solution, though. Sometimes the immune system still overreacts, requiring years of care for seizures and other symptoms. And immune-suppressant drugs like steroids have side effects of their own.
Praziquantel is also found in Spooky2 Molecular Weights Database.
PubChem CID: 4891
Chemical Names: Praziquantel; 55268-74-1; Biltricide; Droncit; Pyquiton; Cesol
Molecular Formula: C19H24N2O2
Molecular Weight: 312.413 g/mol
Hidden Epidemic-Tapeworms Living Inside People's Brains.pdf
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