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HLA-DR Mold Genetic Test

Item# LC100087


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HLA-DR Mold Genetic Test

Chronically ill? Could it be mold?

Item# LC100087


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  • HLA-DR Mold Genetic Test
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Have you been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, chronic sinus infections, chronic fatigue, or other types of chronic syndromes? Or maybe you just feel sick and tired and there is no diagnosis! If you answered yes, then consider taking the time to find out if you're one of the 24% of the population that has a genetic weakness to toxins from mold.1 How?… It's all in the genes!

We share a lot with our family, including what makes us sick. That's because we all inherit genes from our parents that function as instructions inside each of our cells. And that's why many cutting edge doctors in mold treatment say some people get extremely sick from exposure to toxic molds while others don't. HLA-DR genes tell your body to make antibodies to fight toxins. Without them, your body could not remove toxins. Once you're exposed to harmful mold you may get sick and stay sick until you begin appropriate interventions and remove yourself from the offending mold exposure.

Unfortunately, mold exposure is often misdiagnosed and some doctors will even tell you mold illness cannot be diagnosed or there is no such thing! This HLA-DR Mold Genetic Test measures the genes necessary for you to know if you might be susceptible to biotoxic mold illness. Before you accept chronic illness from mold as a way of life – check your genes! Having a chronic illness can disrupt your life in many ways. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), chronic disease is the leading cause of death and disability in the United States.2

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The following documents provide a full set of instructions and the contents of the lab kit for completing the test:



Results take 2-3 weeks from when specimen is received. This test is not available in Pennsylvania. The results for this test can only be received via mail, e-mail, or fax. Since genetic mutations do not change over time, each person needs to be tested only once in their lifetime.


  1. Accessed March 2015
  2. Accessed March 2015

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