As I continued my journey to Arizona, I traveled through a hot desert, destitute of shade or vegetation. The way seemed long and difficult. I had hurdles to overcome.
After correlating a 40 page inventory of my disease process to the symptoms of environmental exposure, I was confronted with a new reality, and I was left dwelling on the dark side of my experience. My brain was struggling against toxicity and deficiency. I could now reason from cause to effect. I was overwhelmed.
After two subjective statements to Dr. Michael Gray, Director of Progressive Health in Benson, AZ, he turned from his computer displaying the Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA) Rosetta Stone, looked me straight in the eye, and said, “Doctors nowadays are not paying attention. I know the cause of MS. I believe you are suffering from Mixed Mold Mycotoxicosis and Cumulative Organic Chemical Hyper-Toxicity. I can treat you, stop the disease progression, and return you to baseline.” I was stunned.
“The potential harmful effects of exposure to mix molds in inhabited buildings were recognized in early biblical times. In the old testament, Leviticus (14:34-47) put forth a detailed protocol for the remediation of mold contaminated structures, including the destruction of dwellings and personal belongings if remediation failed. Today, it is recognized that water intrusion into buildings leads to amplification of molds, often requiring remediation.” (Gray, 2003)
I will transcribe the 52 minute interview with Dr. Gray when I fly back to Atlanta.
Stacy Sweeney, RN
Gray, Michael. 2003. Mixed Mold Mycotoxicosis: Immunological Changes in Humans Following Exposure of Water Damaged Buildings.
Crago, Robert and Gray, Michael. 2003. Physiological, Neurophysiological, and Electrocortical Effects of Mixed Mold Exposure.
Campbell, Andrew and Gray, Michael. 2004. Neural Auto Antibodies and Neurophysiologic Abnormalities in Patients Exposed to Mold and Water Damaged Buildings.
Vojdani, Aristo and Gray, Michael. 2003.Antibodies to Molds and Satratoxin in Individuals Exposed in Water Damaged Buildings.