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Mould or building related illnesses

18 Jun 2022
Abbey

Chronic fatigue, respiratory issues, brain fog, changes in menstrual cycle, early menopause, skin, hair and gut problems are all common symptoms of mould and other building related illnesses.  Even after treatment, dead and airborne mould, bacteria and other ‘invisible’ contaminated fragments can continue to be inhaled.  Could your patient's treatment respond better if their exposure contaminates, and causation was identified and then reduced? 

Find out about new methods of decontamination and inflammagen risk reduction; new methods of measuring viable and dormant mould and sources; new methods of decontamination based on science and verification to British and International  Standards and most importantly find out why current decontamination protocols don’t and never have worked  and what will work.

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Speakers
Jeff Charlton, Technical Director, Building Forensics

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Building Forensics - offering their clients unique investigation and remediation services based on sound science, thirty years' experience, and unrivalled qualification as Indoor Environmental Professionals (IEP). 

Organised by Progressive Communications Ltd in association with The College of Medicine:

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