It’s not uncommon to group molds into very broad categories like “common mold” or “black mold.” The problem is that this fails to address the reality that molds come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and pathogenic qualities. This failure to address the differences in molds or even recognize that you might have mold can result in failure to properly treat them.
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Gain a working knowledge of the different types of molds, where they are found, and how to get started on your path to remediation.
Patrick Doyle is a Research Assistant at Boston College where he is currently investigating the effects of dietary restriction and privately developed drugs on mice with implanted cancerous tumors. He is also a contributor to Triumvirate Environmental where he has created content based on his field experience, including the decommissioning of chemistry and biology labs.