Last updated on October 13th, 2022 at 12:44 pm
Those living with aspergillosis know all too well the risks associated with mould exposure. It can be difficult, however, to sort fact from horror story on the internet sometimes. Damp and mould in the home can be a serious issue, both for those with and without pre-existing illnesses — it is therefore very important to understand the risks and take measures to identify and prevent any sources of mould growth. The New York Times has written a very useful article, quoting Professor David Denning of the National Aspergillosis Centre, on the known health consequences of mouldy homes and the importance, and difficulty, of removing the fungus.
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