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The Last of Us: why making fungal vaccines is so challenging

By Rebecca A. Drummond, Associate Professor, Immunology and Immunotherapy, University of Birmingham
Warning: this article may contain spoilers.

HBO’s hit TV adaptation of the popular video game The Last of Us has just aired its season one finale.

While there are some aspects of the series’ premise that are far from realistic (such as the possibility of a fungal pandemic), other elements are more grounded in reality.

Take the fact that even 20 years after the outbreak of the apocalyptic fungal pandemic there…The Conversation

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