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Re: Intestinal Fungal Candida
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Published: 8 years ago
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Re: Intestinal Fungal Candida

The immune system always be reactive in the case of CRC. I am not talking about of people with AIDS or any other known immune suppression.
During an active fungal overgrowth in the gut, yeast morphogenesis is unavoidable. There will be germination and cells disruption releasing soluble proteins that will reach the bloodstream.
A Th2 immune response isn't the immune response involved in mucosal candidiasis. The immune suppression candida sufferers have is Th1 related. On the other hand, people suffering CRC are overactive producing antibodies, therefore, immune complexes will be present in the blood and can be seen under the microscopy.

Candida Immune Complexes in blood rules out Candida Ralated Complex.


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