JANUARY 31, 2018
Mycotoxins From Mold:
A Major Cause of Many Chronic Illnesses
Did you know?
Hurricane Harvey may have left many homes and buildings in the Houston area with water damage, leading to the development of toxic mold. Exposure to mycotoxins from mold is associated with severe allergies, pneumonia-like symptoms, heart disease, rheumatic disease, asthma, sinusitis, cancer, memory loss, vision loss, chronic fatigue, skin rashes, liver damage, and mental health disorders like depression and anxiety.
Could your patients be suffering from mold illness?
The Great Plains Laboratory, Inc., a CLIA-certified, world leader in research-based metabolic testing for over 20 years, has developed a simple urine test for mycotoxin exposure, the GPL-MycoTOX Profile. It screens for seven different common mycotoxins from four species of mold. We use the power of advanced mass spectrometry (MS/MS), which is necessary to detect lower levels of these fungal toxins. This makes our test more accurate and more sensitive than other mycotoxin tests available. With our complimentary results consultations, our clinical consultants will help you interpret results and provide detoxification and treatment protocols that have been effective.
Want to learn more?
Join us on Wednesday, January 31st, from 6 pm – 8 pm at Seasons 52 at CityCentre for a dinner presentation with our Laboratory Director, William Shaw, Ph.D. Attendees will receive one complimentary GPL-MycoTOX Profile, a $299 value! Dinner fee is $39. Limited to 35 guests. Must be a healthcare practitioner to attend.
Registration deadline is January 26th. Contact us with questions at (913) 341-8949 or e-mail email@example.com.
Seasons 52 at Houston CityCentre
842 West Sam Houston Pkwy N. Houston, TX 77024
Wednesday, January 31st, 6 pm – 8 pm
*We will be in touch with you closer to the event about selecting meal options
Cancellations before January 26th are eligible for a 50% refund. Cancellations on January 26th or after are not eligible for refunds. No refunds will be given for "no shows". Must be present to receive free test.