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Published on Feb 23, 2011
https://www.mccombsplan.com/ Another erroneous myth. Candida Albicans is facultative anaerobe, which means it can exist in oxygen-rich (mouth, skin) and oxygen-depleted (intestinal tract, body tissues) environments. Some studies indicate that is harder to eliminate in an oxygen-rich environment. That seems to be more true of thrush, but not as true for skin infections.
Candida has the ability to evade reactive oxygen species that are produced by macrophages to destroy foreign substances in the body.