The New Asbestos of the Millennium is Here! And it’s Paying Out Million$

April 13 04:22 2015

The National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease, The largest Center in the U.S. treating for Mold Sickness and Mycotoxin Poisoning.
The National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease Reports that Americans are leaving millions of dollars on the table and are just walking away, their health and lives destroyed, stated Ken Slate, from the National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease in Alpharetta, GA. And with just a little education that can be changed.

April 13th, 2015 – It’s the same terribly sad story day in, and day out; thousands of people calling our facility basically all sharing a common story. Sometimes its work, other times it’s the school they attend, maybe their home or apartment. It all starts out the same, with water leaks in buildings that go unnoticed, or unattended.

The apartment management staff, landlords, management companies, school maintenance personnel, or builders being negligent with water leaks and the repairs. The next thing the occupants notice is that suddenly they are the victims of strange medical symptoms that seem to make no sense, skin rashes, headaches, fatigue, hair loss, memory loss, blurred vision, pain in the muscles and joints, along with a plethora of other symptoms. One by one they head to their Primary Care Physicians, and that’s when the nightmarish journey begins.

Slate continued to say; these people are then subjected to one medical test after the other; the results almost always come back the same, negative, or inconclusive. Many times when the doctors can’t figure it out, these people get thrown into a category of misdiagnosis like, Fibromyalgia, Asthma, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Lupus, MS, Leaky Gut Syndrome, Lyme’s Disease, anxiety, depression, or even mental illness,  and they are simply told it’s a condition they’ll have to live with. The culprits in these indoor water damaged structures are known as “mycotoxins” organic poisons secreted by mold growing in water damaged indoor environments. While many doctors and environmentalists focus on the mold itself, the mold is not the real problem; it’s the toxins they produce.

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has monitored these exact same toxins in the U.S. food surpluses for decades to prevent human poisonings, disease and death. These chemical compounds are documented as some of the most toxic substances known to man and have been used by the military in biological warfare. These are the same exact species of mold growing inside of millions of water damaged structures across the U.S. in epidemic proportion. The reason apartment complexes and other management groups have been able to dodge this litigation bullet is that until now there was no way to detect these mycotoxins in human beings, but that has now changed, and its forcing these negligent entities  to start paying out millions of dollars for justifiable medical damages in mold lawsuits.

The days of someone saying “Mold can’t make you sick”, are over!

The doctors and medical research teams at the National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease have produced the M7 Mycotoxin test, the most advanced mycotoxin testing for human beings in history. They not only can medically test for these mycotoxins in the human body, but can prove with a great amount of scientific certainty that a person was made sick by a particular mold infested environment, which has resulted in a landslide of mold lawsuit wins. The Environmental Health Assessment Program or “EHAP” was the brain child of Michael A. Pugliese, an environmental and medical researcher from Atlanta, GA. This program can match the exact toxins in any given environment to the exact toxins in the human body; making mold litigation cases a multi-million dollar landslide for mold exposure victims. Slate went on to say, ”It’s about time someone found justice for these people, and I’m glad were able to help.”

Disclaimer: The content in this press release is for information purposes only and should not be considered a substitute for medical advice. As always, you should consult with a qualified healthcare professional before starting or stopping any medication, nutritional supplement or protocols.

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