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Mold Toxicity

Autoimmune Diseases | Last Active: Jun 9 7:18am | Replies (102)

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@johnbishop

Welcome @riowill, I'm sorry to hear that your nephew is unable to work due to mold sensitivity. Mold toxicity can be a problem anywhere you work if it's not addressed when found in the workplace. There is some information on the Job Accommodation Network that might be helpful – Breaking the Mold with Workplace Accommodations: https://askjan.org/blogs/jan/2017/12/breaking-the-mold-with-workplace-accommodations.cfm

You mentioned your nephew has been in treatment over a year but still is not able to function. Is he actively looking for a job?

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He worked for a year outdoors for a landscape company until he had a reaction. He just accepted a job as an Amazon driver but was reacting after day 3 so had to quit. He needs work he can do from home.

John, you seem like a nice man. Do you think a mold "allergy" is the same as mold "toxicity?" And I would appreciate hearing the difference between the two. Sounds like Mayo is passing buck. Take a position if you claim to be a leading cutting edge facility. We are waiting. Most importantly, please let me know the symptoms of Mold Toxicity. Look forward to hearing from you given your vast experience. It is critically important.

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