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Hijacked cell division helped fuel rise of fungi

Discussion in 'Other Health News and Research' started by antares4141, May 11, 2016.

  1. antares4141

    antares4141 Senior Member

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    Truth or consequences, nm
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    If you have an immune problem you might start to have problems with mold and fungi as there everywhere and oppertunistic
     
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    Agreed, for instance well documented conditions like asperegiliosis in aids patients, transplant recipients, and chemo patients. What unfortunately isn't universally recognized is that it can provoke symptoms in victims of an invisible illness like CFS.
     
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    I wonder if fighting them off maybe using up vit D
     

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