Re: ACHK cough
Posted by Sharon on 8/13/10
Where do you get this stuff? And why do you care so much about my personal life?
1. Never owned a boat.
2. My new house is a tad bigger than my old
3. It is THIS house, not my old one that has a lake view.
4. Both homes are comperable in value. The other had a bigger lot.
Now are you happy?
On 8/13/10, johncodie wrote:
> On 8/12/10, Sharon wrote:
>> Wow! Where exactly is the great water front mansion I use to own? I seem to have misplaced it.
>> Can you send me pictures so I know what to look for?
>> I think you must have a dillusional fixation on what the lives of all people from Ole Miss are
>> Fiddle dee dee. I am going to have to think about this one another day.
> Fiddle dee dee, is this the annual parade where iced beer is pushed down the road in wheel
> barrows. When you moved from Lake Hodges a 40 year old home with 2,000 square feet sold from a half
> millon, so your saying you got a even half a millon to go buy a 2,000 spare foot house for 185
> dollars a square foot, or roughy $370,000? No pool, no view, no place to park the boat, and a longer
> drive to sell the more expensive homes in the Rancho Sante Fe, Lake Hodges? So you became a mold
> spokes person and invested the $130,000 in litigation, and trips to Senator Kennedy's hearings on
> the mold issue! You bought high and the half million dollar home adjacent to you is down about
> $170,000. We got a home for the same price but over twice the square footage, a pool, and in the
> Country Club. I know you don't get much in California, and you in sales know its all about
> location, location, location. No about this fungal death, and there appears to be one ,but not from
> home exposure. Would any one care to estimate the dose, and whey the person wasn't wearing a mask?
> And it could have been avoided if provided with the proper treatment in a timely manner. So where
> are the mold people who don't get the brown dust clouds, and aren't smart enough to take ant-botics?
> Garden Fungus Kills British Man
> 47-Year-Old Dies of Fungal Lung Infection After Spreading Mulch
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> (WebMD) A fungal lung infection, aspergillosis, killed a healthy
> 47-year-old British man who inhaled dust stirred up while mulching his
> Aspergillus fungus is commonly found in rotting plant material, and that's
> where the man apparently inhaled the fungal spores.
> "His symptoms had started less than 24 hours after he had dispersed
> rotting tree and plant mulch in the garden, when clouds of dust had engulfed
> him," report Katherine Russell, MBBS, and colleagues at Wycombe Hospital in
> Buckinghamshire, England.
> Unfortunately, by the time the man's doctors realized he had a fungal
> infection and began appropriate treatment, it was too late to save him.
> It's hard to totally avoid aspergillus spores. That makes the fungus a
> serious threat to transplant patients, to people with immune deficiencies, to
> patients with lung disease, and to other critically ill patients.
> But it's unusual for the bug to colonize people with healthy immune systems
> and healthy lungs. The British victim smoked a half pack of cigarettes a day
> and worked as a welder, so it's possible he had undetected lung damage.
> However, a similar fatal case -- in a healthy British gardener -- was reported
> in 1989.
> Aspergillus can cause several different types of disease:
> An allergic reaction in the lungs -- allergic bronchopulmonary
> aspergillosis -- mostly seen in people with cystic fibrosis or asthma.
> Fungus balls -- aspergillomas -- usually in the lung.
> A long-lasting lung infection called chronic necrotizing aspergillosis,
> usually seen in patients with chronic lung disease or immune deficiency.
> Acute, fast-moving infection -- invasive pulmonary aspergillosis -- that
> usually affects the lungs but which can spread to any part of the body,
> including the brain.
> It was this last kind of infection that killed the British man.
> Aspergillus infections can be treated with antifungal drugs. But diagnosis
> is tricky, and treatment is most effective when started soon after
> Symptoms of aspergillosis include fever, chest pain, cough, and shortness of
> breath. If you have these symptoms, especially in the days or weeks after
> serious dust exposure, you should see a doctor right away.
> Russell and colleagues report their findings in the June 14 issue of The
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