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This panel considers and debates one of the greatest obstacles to food security in many parts of the world: mycotoxin. Aflatoxin is a particularly dangerous mycotoxin produced predominantly by two Aspergillus fungi.
The role of poorly maintained ventilation ductwork in spreading airborne infections is largely ignored because it is ‘out of sight out of mind’, but recent analysis by healthcare professionals confirms that the risks are increasing.
Oliphant Science Awards - Year 1 project by Haruki Kurioka, Aleksa Novakovic and Bogdan Novakovic (St Andrew's Primary School, Adelaide)
News article made for the regional BBC TV program North West Tonight during the 7th Advances Against Aspergillosis Meeting in Manchester, UK. March 3rd 2016.
BBC ran an awareness story during the Advances Against Aspergillosis conference in Manchester, UK about the dangers to our health posed by Aspergillus and some of the most common ways the fungus can grow and multiply in our homes.
ERS Vision: Take the Active Option: the benefits of exercise in respiratory medicine
Vicky Barber introduces the British Lung Foundation to patients
Jeanette Boyd introduces the Eurpoean Lung Foundation (ELF) to patients
Dr. Stuart Levitz discusses animal research, antifungal vaccines and boosting the immune system, plus Q & A with patients
Dr Ritesh Argawal discusses fungal sinusitis and allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis (ABPA) with patients.
Dr Richard Moss discusses allergic Aspergillosis, Asthma, children affected by Aspergillus + Q & A with patients.
Darius Armstrong-James discusses a new aspergillosis clinic in the South East + Q & A with patients.
The international Advances Against Aspergillosis conference came to Manchester this year (2016) and brought together the aspergillosis medical, scientific and patient communities for the first time in two years.