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Thanks for flagging that up Elio - from my view on the other side of this huge mountain known as immune function, I agree that "contributions made from the study of fungal infections are often underappreciated". The way some others (medical and lay people) constantly jump to talking about white blood cells attacking, or of immune responses triggered by single pathogens, constantly frustrates me in its simplicity of thinking. Wish I could see the whole article.

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