You're not upsetting me at all. I'm playing your editor/boss here. The way
you formulated your original post was (to use an analogy) like comparing an
argument with a toddler to a boxing match with a pro boxer.
Instead of coming here looking for "icky old pillow" anecdotes, which are
likely to be meaningless, you should be interviewing doctors who deal with
the types of people who, according to the research, are most likely to be
affected by the fungi which are normally present everywhere.
It might make a good story about how a simple fact can cause people to
overly worry about something that is very minor.
Of course there are people with special problems that need to know
theses things, and hospitals in the UK and Ireland are learning about
infections that are easily spread in hospital ( the US is a little behind )
and this could be something of a sidebar to that.
However unless the story is handled carefully it is likely to cause more
scare than knowledge.
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