Treatment for Fungal Infection In 1998 after three stays in Hospital (Queensland Health) and being treated with high grade anti-biotics to no avail, I was finally diagnosed with a very rare “Eosonophilic pneumonia”. I had a fungal infection in my lungs and was given “Prednisone” for 14 months, with terrible side effects in an attempt to clear it. Barbara Saker is now treating this and for the first time in many months I am really starting to feel well again. In June 2006, I had “Endoscopic sinus surgery” to remove fungus from my facial sinuses. Then in May 2010, I had “Revision Endoscopic frontal sinus surgery” to both sides. This also required the necessity to drill my forehead and insert two metal drains for flushing. These drains were left in for twice daily flushing, by myself, of the sinuses and then removed a week later. No medication for follow up was given on either occasion. I was told that it could come back again at any time. I continued to feel unwell even after surgery and in 2011 was told that the fungus had returned and would need surgery again to remove it. From late 2010 to early 2011 continual trips to doctors, specialists and visits to Hospital, no one could give me a diagnosis or treatment for my being unwell. I then sought treatment from Barbara Saker, a Naturopath, who diagnosed a number of things for which I am now being treated. The first of these was to overcome a problem caused by all the medications given to me over the past 12 years. This is now clear. The second was Gallstones which are almost all gone now. The major thing though was the fungus infection had come back in my sinuses and lungs as well as my stomach. Barbara Saker is now treating this and for the first time in many months I am really starting to feel well again. June Meyer, – Brisbane, QLD