Taste for undercooked bacon leads to tapeworm in man’s brain: case

US doctors say the patient's sole symptom was a change in migraine patterns.
Pork tapeworm (Taenia solium).

A lifelong love of undercooked bacon probably caused a pork tapeworm infection in a middle-aged man’s brain, US doctors report.

Their 52-year-old patient with a history of complicated type 2 diabetes and obesity complained that his migraines had recently worsened.