We spend a lot of time talking about antibiotic resistance, but lately, something else has caught our attention -- antifungal resistance!
Thanks to the changing climate and increased fungicide use, a couple of nasty fungi have begun developing resistance genes that could make fungal infections in people untreatable.
When did this happen? How bad is the threat? What are the solutions? As always, co-hosts Matt and Lance have lots of questions. Fortunately, Dr. Tom Chiller, Chief of the Mycotic Diseases Branch for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has lots of answers.
Join us for an exciting conversation with the CDC about the wild world of fungi.