The past 40 years have brought great advances in the knowledge of morphology, immunology and epidemiology of fungal infections in man. Each general advance in the science of medicine has had its counterpart in man's improved facility to deal with these infections therapeutically. Although satisfactory control of fungal infections of man is still lacking, productive paths of investigation seem to have been found and the continued application of rigorous discipline to research efforts should provide even more efficient treatment in the future.
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