Fungi and Bacteria Could Be Targeted Together to Treat IBD, Study Suggests

Fungi and Bacteria Could Be Targeted Together to Treat IBD, Study Suggests
Bacteria and fungi appear to work together to exacerbate certain symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), including Crohn’s disease, a new review highlights. The study, “The mycobiome: Role in health and disease, and as a potential probiotic target in gastrointestinal disease,” was published in Digestive and Liver Disease. Most studies that have investigated the role

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One comment

  1. Angela Abedi says:

    Are there trails for the study? My son is 19 has UC and also has Psoriasis which totally cleared with two weeks of Diflucan. We have long thought the two were connected due to our personal research and his experience with Diflucan. Would like to get any info available. Thank you
    Angela

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