Today is World Aspergillosis Day, a day to raise awareness about a fungal infection that kills more than one million people globally each year.

Joining me now to talk about aspergillosis, a new kind of antifungal drug and World Aspergillosis Day is Marco Taglietti, M.D. Dr Taglietti is the president and chief executive officer of SCYNEXIS and an infectious disease expert.

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