All Related Resources for Mold Treatment
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We are incredibly excited to share a new service for our members available from participating physicians!
Our proteogenomic analysis identifies proteins and/or genes that are differentially expressed in subjects suffering from CIRS compared to healthy subjects. With Progene DX, you can see what is happening at the gene transcription level so you can target you...
Through Dr Shoemaker’s work we can see that the evidence for an association between environmental exposure to biotoxins and inflammatory sequelae is well documented and predictable in individuals with certain genetic patterns whose physiology has been ...
Sickened by moldy buildings? Need facts and answers fast? Here is your guide: State of the Art Answers for 500 Mold Questions. Thorough and reliable, “500 Answers” is as current as one can find on a subject where bad information abounds.
The Center for Research on Biotoxin Associated Illnesses of Pocomoke, Maryland is pleased to announce that its newest academic paper entitled “Structural brain abnormalities in patients with inflammatory illness acquired following exposure to water-damage...
Please join us for the 6th year of quality conferences for clinicians and other healthcare professionals.
Date: 3/13/2014 - 3/16/2014
Location: Tampa, FL 33607
Remember the old joke about the guy who retires to Boston, Massachusetts? With the first snow of November he loves the quiet beauty, the other-worldness, the gentleness of the first snowfall. Shoveling, trying to stay warm and dealing with the snow plows ...
Stories have been told over and over again, and patients given one diagnosis after another, by physicians who have not checked inflammatory markers. You do not need someone's best guess - you need hard science.
A common concern for those who are trying to understand cognitive problems in moldy patients is to answer how is it that inflammation in the body is inflammation in the brain.