Guest Host: Steve Roberts

After a plumbing problem or a heavy rainstorm, many homes develop molds. Some molds cause allergic reactions – and a few "toxic molds" can cause severe, even life-threatening symptoms. A panel talks about controlling mold in homes and larger buildings – and about the growing concerns in many communities about toxic molds.

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  • Dr. Ruth Etzel Of George Washington University
  • Laura Kolb Of the EPA

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