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Mold and Mycotoxins, Papers from an International Symposium, edited by Dr. Kaye Kilburn

posted Jul 31, 2011, 11:33 PM by Nancy Swan   [ updated Sep 29, 2011, 11:46 PM ]
Book Recommendation:

Molds and Mycotoxins

"Papers from an International Symposium

Edited by Kaye H. Kilburn, M.D. 2004

Are illnesses associated with exposures to indoor mold growth real, or the result of a conspiracy fueled by media hype and greedy lawyers?

This book is a compilation of 18 current, scientific, peer reviewed papers presented in 2003 - a veritable mountain of evidence that many mold-exposed people are indeed sick, with significant brain function impairment.  For more, see
http://www.neuro-test.com./books/moldsMycotoxins.html

Many cash strapped schools and homes in poorer regions of the U.S. and the world are victims of mycotoxins from mold.  Mold just insn't something that looks bad and smells bad, it is harmful, especially to children whose tissue, organs, lungs, and brains are still developing.

I had the honor of being examined by Dr. Kay Kilburn.  His manner of communication was precise and compassionate.  Until notified through a comment on Linked In, I had not been aware of this publication edited by Dr. Kilburn.