New York States Mold Illness insufficient Evidence circa 2006

After the testimony of four experts and a review of more than 70 scientific articles and books, in September 2006, a justice in State Supreme Court in Manhattan ruled that there was insufficient evidence to support the contention that mold or a damp indoor environment causes illness.

We wonder what was he thinking??

The judge ruled in a case brought by a Manhattan family who contended that mold near windows and doors in their apartment had caused respiratory problems, a rash and fatigue. (The family has filed notice that it intends to appeal.)”

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