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Part horror movie, part medical detective story, "Monsters Inside Me" depicts what happens when people fall prey to an infection from a parasite, those nasty microscopic creatures found in water, soil and even in the air. Victims' stories are retold, including how doctors and scientists attempt to unravel each case before it's too late. Biologist Dan Riskin, assisted by doctors and other authorities who are familiar with each story, leads the scientific discussion about the parasites.

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A teenage ballerina suffers from painful migraines and muscle failures; a young missionary's skin crawls when he uncovers an unholy revelation.
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A mysterious infection takes over a 7-year-old child's brain, causing violent and uncontrollable seizures.
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In Illinois, a newly engaged man mysteriously collapses and faces organ failure. His fiancé gazes in horror as he must choose between life and limb.
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Doctors discover a hideous infection in a teenager who survives getting sucked into a tornado.
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A young Peace Corps volunteer gets her dream assignment in West Africa, only to be hindered by a deadly organism.
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Doctors discover something is eating a newborn's eyes and brain.
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Young girl develops headaches, nausea and a bizarre rash all over her body after swimming.
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Three holiday celebrations and infections; Colorado couple bring home flesh eating parasite; Virginia man's heart is being eaten; Arizona photographer has emergency surgery on Christmas Eve.
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A boy suffering from an apparent flu soon develops a life-threatening condition; a former beauty queen develops an extreme case of asthma.
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A mother suffers with abdominal pain and nausea for four years until the true cause of her condition is discovered; a 2-year-old girl develops a mysterious lump on her neck.
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A 7-year-old girl suffers from painful rashes and mysterious seizures; a college student learns her case of "the flu" is actually a flesh-eating infection.
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A 1-year-old child who survived a premature birth is attacked from within by an unseen enemy.
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Doctors seek to uncover why an Oregon man has been suffering for two years from constant coughing and insomnia.
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A California man who suddenly developed a swollen face and yellow eyes is the victim of an infection that is shutting down his organs.
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An Ohio toddler stops eating and craves salt; a California business executive suffers a ruptured colon; an elderly New Mexico couple become ill during a trip to New York City.
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A parasite pushes a pregnant model toward suicide; a boy on summer vacation contracts an infection that rots his flesh; a hidden killer threatens to suffocate a college freshman.
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An infection eats away at a traveler's face; a man's back injury leads to life-threatening complications; a parasite attacks the brain of a promising young athlete.
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A sudden infection leaves an expectant young mother in a coma; a Texas woman learns that her lungs are filled with parasitic worms.
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A strange growth develops on a man's wrist; a nurse finds twig-like pieces in her urine; a pregnant woman falls ill with flu-like symptoms.
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After a man hits his head, he's left fighting a one-on-a-million medical mystery; a boy's wounded knee becomes home to an uninvited guest; a man unwittingly feeds his own intended killer.
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A dangerous parasite strikes a woman down; an infant suffers a mysterious illness; a fungus brings a man to the brink of death.

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