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The latest research and hot-topics in CIRS are covered, including urinary mycotoxin testing, anti-fungals, transcriptomic (GENIE) testing, and the latest IEP and remediaton techniques.

MIMS 2.0 OUTLINE

Part 1 – CIRS

  • Module 1 – What is CIRS? (68min)
    • L1: The basics of inflammation (21min)
    • L2: The mechanism of CIRS (17min)
    • L3: What CIRS is not (15min)
    • L4: The prevalence & science of CIRS (15min)
  • Module 2 – Other causes of CIRS (97min)
    • L1: Lyme & Babesia (42min)
    • L2: Stealth infections & TBI (42min)
    • L3: Ciguatera & toxic blue-green alg (13min)
  • Module 3 – Screening for CIRS (47min)
    • L1: Case definition, related conditions & symptom clusters (18min)
    • L2: VCS & HLA (12min)
    • L3: Mold sabbatical (17min)
  • Module 4 – Diagnosing CIRS (106min)
    • L1: Biomarkers of inflammation & hormonal imbalance (37min)
    • L2: Other biomarkers (inc. urinary mycotoxins) & MARCoNS (45min)
    • L3: NeuroQuant & Transcriptomics (24min)
  • Module 5 – CIRS Treatment (122min)
    • L1: Removal from exposure & binders (47min)
    • L2: MARCoNS, anti-gliadin antibodies & androgens (45min)
    • L3: Hormonal & inflammation correction (12min)
    • L4: TGF-b1, VIP & neurogenesis (18min)

Part 2 – WDBs

  • Module 6 – Mold, Water Damage & Building Testing
    • L1: The basics of mold, water damage & WDBs
    • L2: IEPs, standards & inspection methods
    • L3: Mold & Microbial sampling
  • Module 7 – Basics of Remediation
    • L1: Remediation professionals & standards
    • L2: Remediating building materials
    • L3: Remediating furniture & possessions
  • Module 8 – Finding & Maintaining Mold Free Environments
    • L1: Avoiding Moldy Locations (inc. using symptoms & biomarkers, inspection)
    • L2: How to maintain a mold free space
    • L3: Dehumidifiers, air purifiers and other technology

Bonus

  • Living with and healing from CIRS
    • L1: Dealing with the emotional and psychological toll of CIRS, dealing with trauma (ACE), finding support networks
    • L2: Calming the limbic system