TOXOPLASMOSIS: FOOD SAFETY AND RISK COMMUNICATION

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I. Nestola *
A. Rella
N.C Quaglia
F. Alberti
V Lorusso
C. Tamborrino
C. Loiudice
G. V. Celano
(*) Corresponding Author:
I. Nestola | lucia.zoppi@pagepress.org

Abstract

Toxoplasmosis, parasitic pathology supported by Toxoplasma gondii, is a typical example of multi-issue and inter-disciplinary on which, with equal intensity, converge the interests of various branches of human and veterinary medicine. The aim of research was the assessment of risk communication to pregnant women by doctors gynecologists involved in ASL’s territorial about toxoplasmosis, which can have serious effects on pregnancy and the unborn child. The results acquired during the investigation showed the need to develop and implement appropriate information campaigns and proper nutrition education.

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