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My neighbors have baby chickens. Can you get ringworm from baby chickens?

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Dr. Martin Raff
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
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In brief: Not likely

Ringworm is a superficial fungal infection due to organisms which are found everywhere.
It is generally gotten by direct contact with infected humans or animals (but have no data on baby chickens), and is easily treated with topical antifungals.

In brief: Not likely

Ringworm is a superficial fungal infection due to organisms which are found everywhere.
It is generally gotten by direct contact with infected humans or animals (but have no data on baby chickens), and is easily treated with topical antifungals.
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