A fungal infection of the lungs is most commonly cured through a class of drugs known as azoles, according to Patient.co.uk. In the case of patients who have weakened immune systems from chemotherapy or another cause, th... More »

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Stomach and intestinal infections involving the Candida genus of yeasts are often successfully treated by removing sugar from the diet for six months. Candida normally lives in the intestine but sometimes grows out of co... More »

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Lung fungus, also known as aspergillosis, is an infection or allergic response caused by the fungus Aspergillus, according to MedlinePlus. Several forms of aspergillosis exist, including pulmonary aspergillosis and asper... More »

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Ear fungus may be treated with antifungal drops, but many more steps and precautions are required to keep the infection in check and eventually clear it up, according to Patient.co.uk. It is important to keep the ears dr... More »

Antiviral drugs can slow the growth of the cytomegalovirus, but there is no available method for eradicating the infection as of 2015, according to Mayo Clinic. The virus is harmless in otherwise healthy adults and child... More »

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Lung fungus, also known as aspergillosis, is an infection or allergic response caused by the fungus Aspergillus, according to MedlinePlus. Several forms of aspergillosis exist, including pulmonary aspergillosis and asper... More »

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Cures for prostatitis vary depending on the cause of the condition, and include antibiotics and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, explains Mayo Clinic. Not all cases of prostatitis have an identifiable cause, and som... More »

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