Conquering the rising tide of infection is hindered by the many similarities between humans and fungi
By Laura Beil, 10:23 AM May 6, 2010
In the germ world, fungi usually lack the flair of viruses or bacteria. To people with normal, healthy immune systems, a fungus will rarely show itself — even though you carry around a microscopic film of fungus on your hair and skin, and take in invisible clouds of fungal spores with each breath. While many other microbes prefer to make a living through disease and death, a fungus is often content to wait for its host to die of something else.
In fact, throughout the history of civilization ...
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