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Effects of Toxic Mold on the Human Body - A Medical Perspective

"Physicians are increasingly being asked to diagnose and treat people made ill by exposure to water-damaged environments, mold, and mycotoxins. In addition to avoidance of further exposure to these environments and to items contaminated by these environments, a number of approaches have been used to help persons affected by exposure to restore their health.

Illness results from a combination of factors present in water-damaged indoor environments including, mold spores and hyphal fragments, mycotoxins, bacteria, bacterial endotoxins, and cell wall components as well as other factors. Mechanisms of illness include inflammation, oxidative stress, toxicity, infection, allergy, and irritant effects of exposure."  ~ Dr. Janet Hope

A Review of the Mechanism of Injury and Treatment Approaches for Illness Resulting from Exposure to Water-Damaged Buildings, Mold, and Mycotoxins

  • The Neurological effects of Stachybotrys on the human brain (scientific evidence by Enusha Karunasena, Ph.D. from Texas Tech  University Health Sciences Center,  under the direction of the prominent mold researcher David Straus.

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