An Australian man left the paralyzed after awakening from a coma of 420 days eight years after his death last Friday (November 2).
In 2010, Mr. Ballard was forced to dine with his friends and feed the cake passing through her queen.
19-year-old Mr. Ballard infected parasitic virus found in rodents who could be sent to the saliva of cows, CNN reports.
After drowning in the water every day, she gets sick and is very ill with her legs. She ate her skeleton with her mother, Katie Ballard, and her mother answered, "No, no one is sick."
The worm has led to the development of Baldard pneumonia.
According to CNN, people can infect the infected raw material or contaminated animals or fruits infected with infected snails or juices that have not been washed thoroughly.
Drinks can also be polluted with worms if it is not opened for snails or fungi.
The disease occurs when rats are located in the lungs of the parasites, and later divide into the foci. Mushrooms, cows, freshwater pumpkins, shrimps, pumpkins or worms transport mushrooms or infected infected parasites.
On the Australian Health Web site's website, infection is rare and many people recover completely without treatment. But sometimes, like Ballard, infection can cause death.