Few illnesses have sparked as much hostility between the medical community and a segment of the lay public as the chronic candidiasis syndrome. Those who argue for the existence of this complex of symptoms (also known as polysystemic candidiasis and the candidiasis hypersensitivity syndrome) have leveled a serious charge against the medical community, claiming that it is not fulfilling one of its most important obligations to its patients. The charge is simply put: You physicians are not listening to your patients. Physicians are considered to have failed to hear and believe their patients when they say they are unwell, because.
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