Joseph Brewer

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Joseph H. Brewer, MD, is an Infectious Disease physician with a interest in the effect of mycotoxins from mold on chronic illness. His patients include those with HIV/AIDS, Lyme disease, ME/CFS, and mold toxicity.

Dr. Brewer was science advisor to the Whittemore-Peterson Institute and co-authored his mold + CFS paper with Dr. Jack Thrasher. All of whom were fully educated about Dr. Ritchie Shoemakers work and "Mold at Ground Zero for CFS".

There was no particular reason to express mold + CFS as a speculative relationship when they had full knowledge that the connection was made physical and tangible by the documented presence of Stachybotrys Chartarum in the clusters of mystery malady that baffled the CDC into creating the CFS syndrome.

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Kansas City, Missouri

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  1. Brewer JH, Hooper D, Muralidhar S. Intranasal antifungal therapy in patients with chronic illness associated with mold and mycotoxins: An observational analysis. Global J Med Res: K Interdisciplinary 2015;15(1):29-33. DOI: 10.17406/GJMRKVOL15IS5PG33
  2. Brewer JH, Thrasher JD, Hooper D. Chronic illness associated with mold and mycotoxins: is naso-sinus fungal biofilm the culprit? Toxins 2014;6:66-80. DOI: 10.3390/toxins6010066
  3. Brewer, Joseph H.; Thrasher, Jack D.; Straus, David C.; Madison, Roberta A.; Hooper, Dennis (2013), "Detection of Mycotoxins in Patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome", Toxins, 5 (4): 605-617, doi:10.3390/toxins5040605 
  4. Joseph H. Brewer & David Berg. (2001). Hypercoaguable State Associated with Active Human Herpesvirus-6 (HHV-6) Viremia in Patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Journal of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Vol. 8, Iss. 3-4, pp. 111-116.

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