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    Re: MCS brought on by toxid mold

    Posted by mary on 10/12/04


    So, let me get this straight, you are insulted by the lack of
    knowledge about mold on this board. Then why come here?

    You suggest we get our evidence from a tv show? Geez.

    So, 'toxic mold' can make people have mcs. What is 'toxic mold'?
    What is mcs? We would really, really appreciate a clear, science
    based definition. We await your wisdom.

    Best Regards,


    On 10/11/04, Angie wrote:
    > Yea, some people used to believe the world was flat. Those are
    > the same type of people that didn't believe that asbestos or
    > lead could poison people. Now they don't look so good.
    > I am very insulted by the lack of knowledge about toxic mold on
    > this board. There is proof that mold can cause disease and
    > health problems, including MCS. Many MCS patients develop MCS
    > due to their mold exposure. Due to the fact that some people
    > aren't willing to accept it, mold victims are having difficulty
    > getting the medical treatment and legal representation that
    > they need. Toxic mold makes people sick and can, as well as
    > has, killed people. The episode of "Foresenic Files" on Court
    > Tv that Waldo mentioned, showcased forensic proof of the affect
    > the mold exposure had on that family. That episode can be
    > purchased and previewed on the Court Tv website at:
    > The episode is called "Breaking the Mold." This particular
    > case has set a precedence for many other cases and state
    > legislations.
    > By the way, my healthy, athletic, active family of four was
    > nearly killed by mold in our home. All of us, including my two
    > beautiful, innocent children suffer severe chronic illness due
    > to the long term exposure. I have MCS now. I did not have it
    > prior to moving into our house. I developed it within 6 months
    > of living there. Mold destroyed our lives and has challenged my
    > children's future. Their education is now being affected by
    > it. Mold is affecting our future generations, right now. We
    > cannot sit back and ignore this any longer. If you don't
    > believe it, instead of sitting there and criticizing, please
    > take the time to research and educate yourself.
    > H.R. 1268 "The Melina Bill" is currently being presented before
    > congress to address mold issues the same way we address lead
    > and asbestos. This of course, if passed, will affect
    > leglislation on a national level, instead of a state level
    > (like in the past.) Congressman John Conyers is sponsoring it.
    > Read about H.R. 1268 on his website:
    > Those medical and scientific professionals working with
    > Congressman Conyers on this issue are providing hard proof to
    > Congress of its existence. During National Mold Awareness Week
    > in September, mold activists received a very positive response
    > from Congress Representatives and staffers. The momentum is
    > picking up for support of this bill. I'm sure you'll be
    > hearing more and more about it in the coming months.
    > Here is just some of the proof from the medical profession and
    > forensic scientists out there. I'm also including reference
    > sites for any inquiries you may have. Thank you.
    > The book "Mold & Mycotoxins," by Dr. Kaye H. Kilburn, M.D. is
    > very thorough in presenting scientific facts to prove our point.
    > I believe it to be the best book on this subject.
    > ISBN: 0-916882-08-X
    > Heldref Publications
    > (Coalition lobbying Congress)
    > (Leading Physician on this
    > matter- many documented studies.)
    > (Comprehensive, tried and true
    > information from a mold victim and activist)
    > (Physicians website that is also a
    > mold victim)
    > The fact is, mold can make people sick. The proof is now
    > becoming more and more well documented and publically known. I
    > can provide you with list after list of lawsuits that are being
    > awarded to mold victims; some resulting in million+ dollar
    > rewards. Even though the law is still vague on how to
    > represent these victims, it will not be for much longer. The
    > business of mold tort lawyers is booming. In my county alone
    > there are 40+ active cases and hundreds in process. So if you
    > are an attorney, it is in your best interest to educate
    > yourself. If not to help innocent victims, than to build a
    > lucrative business. If you want a piece of the "Moldy Pie," I
    > suggest getting on board soon.

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