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The challenge of fungi at home

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Wilson González-Espada / Especial El Nuevo Día

The weather in Puerto Rico makes the perfect environment for the growth of several fungus. Dr. Benjamín Bolaños Rosero from UPR-RCM is collaborating with others scientists from the EPA to find solutions to this problem.

To see Dr. Bolaños page enter,: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Alergia-a-Hongos/358948227553568.

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