Intranasal VIP safely restores volume to multiple grey matter nuclei in patients with CIRS

Abstract: Evidence has accumulated since 2008 that intranasal, topical application of vasoactive intestinal polypeptide (VIP) can be administered safely to patients with a multi-system, multisymptom illness, called chronic inflammatory response syndrome (CIRS), acquired following...

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MRA Genomics

ABSTRACT: Exposure to the microbial growth in Water Damaged Buildings (WDB) can result in a chronic, multi-symptom, multisystem illness, which can last years, termed Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS). Symptoms of CIRS include but are not limited to fatigue, respiratory problems,...

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Indoor Environmental Professionals Panel of Surviving Mold CONSENSUS STATEMENT

Medically sound investigation and remediation of water-damaged Buildings in cases of CIRS-WDB Larry Schwartz CIEC, BSME, MBA, Greg Weatherman CMC, Michael Schrantz CIEC, CMI, BPI-BA/EP, Will Spates CIAQP, CIEC, Jeff Charlton, ACIEC, AACIEH, Keith Berndtson MD, Ritchie Shoemaker MD...

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Medical Consensus - Medically sound investigation and remediation of water-damaged buildings in cases of chronic inflammatory response syndrome.

Keith Berndtson, Scott W. McMahon,Mary Ackerley, Sonia Rapaport, Sandeep Gupta, Ritchie C. Shoemaker Center for Research on Biotoxin Associated Illness, Pocomoke, MD Corresponding author: K Berndtson: keith@parkridgemd.com ABSTRACT Evidence supports a cause-effect relationship between...

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