Roundup For Athlete's Foot?

November 2006
Townsend Letter;Nov2006, Issue 280, p22
The article provides information about the treatment of athlete's foot and enlightens some of the misconceptions in treating the infection. The author explores the cause of such disease and offer technical information about it. In accord to this, the author suggests the things that must be done for the treatment of the said fungal infection.


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