Fungal Infections: Overview

Modified on 2009/10/14 21:39 by admin
Fungi cause fungal infections. These fungi surround us and frequently land on our skin and are inhaled into our lungs. Many fungi are harmless, some cause minor and irritating infections, while a few can cause much more severe infections.

People with compromised immune systems, such as AIDS and cancer patients, may be more susceptible to fungal infections than others.

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