What people need to understand is that scientists and researchers are putting forth research on mold that is biased and misinformation. The scientific quality of mold and mycotoxin literature is extremely variable and of questionable merit. Simply put, researchers and scientists are often lying about mold because they work for or are being paid by various corporations and entities that have a lot to lose if the truth about mold is known to the general public.
Misinformation is false or incorrect information, spread intentionally or unintentionally. These studies on mold that act as if it is harmless are done intentionally.
The reason being is that many of these same researchers and scientists work for or are being paid by various corporations and entities that have a lot to lose if the truth about toxic mold is known to the general public. I will write more extensively about these facts in the future.
For example, a 2003 study by the New Orleans Department of Cell and Molecular Biology, and the Southern Regional Research Center titled, Mycotoxins found that researchers are putting forth factual errors, misinformation and culling information from their studies. The scientists had stated;
“There is a disconcertingly high level of inaccuracy in a few reports, with some authors culling their information from earlier reviews of questionable merit and thereby perpetuating factual errors and discredited hypotheses. Where possible, we will attempt to point out such misinformation. We will focus on those mycotoxins that are known or suspected to cause human disease; on metabolites that are produced by molds that are associated with human food or habitation; and on other topics related directly to human health.”