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With much sadness, we are sorry to inform you that Dr. Jack Thrasher passed away on Friday, January 27, 2017.  The world has lost a great friend, colleague and researcher.  Dr. Thrasher worked tirelessly throughout his life to advance the science in the field of toxicology.  He freely shared his knowledge and expertise with everyone.  His courage, determination and willingness to speak out will be remembered by all, and his work will live on. 

A commemorative newsletter has been published in honor of Dr. Thrasher's life and work.  To read the newsletter, click here.

2017 World Congress on Mycotoxins:  In recognition of Dr. Thrasher's extensive work in this field, he was selected to serve as a member of the Organizing Committee for the 2017 World Congress on Mycotoxins conference which was held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, February 27-28, 2017.

Notification about NTCED
 It has come to my attention that the National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease (NTCED) and the owner, Michael Pugliese, have been using my name to endorse their work and their company.  I have not given them authorization to use my name. I do NOT support and am NOT affiliated with Michael Pugliese or his company, National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease, in Alpharetta, Georgia.  If you have questions, please contact me.

Mycotoxin testing lab:  The only laboratory I recommend for mycotoxin testing of urine is RealTime Laboratories in Carrollton, Texas.  It is the only laboratory licensed by the College of American Pathology and CLIA for urine mycotoxin tests.  Go to the website for RealTime Laboratories at for further information.

Toxicology - Immunotoxicology - Teratology
Toxins can cause a variety of health effects in connection with acute or chronic exposures. The toxins come from many sources including (but not limited to) formaldehyde, pesticides, genetically modified foods, phthlates, fragrances, tobacco and microbial contaminants (mold, bacteria and other biocontaminants) that grow in water-damaged homes and buildings. 

Exposure to these contaminants can affect health via allergies, infection, mucous membrane and sensory irritation and toxicity--alone or in combination. Often, individuals who are ill from toxic exposures have complex symptoms that include chronic inflammation, neurological problems, vascular or respiratory issues, chronic fatigue, reproductive problems, chronic sinusitis, immune system dysfunction, joint aches and pain, dermatological effects, gastrointestinal tract disturbances, and peripheral and central neuropathy. The brain is also often affected with a condition referred to as "brain fog."
Dr Thrasher_Clean environment for our children
Personal motto: A clean environment and good health are the most precious resources to leave our children.

Business Partner:
Sandra L. Crawley, M.E.D., LADC
Trauma Specialist

Jack Thrasher and Sandra Crawley
Dr. Thrasher and Ms. Crawley have devoted their lives to alleviating the suffering of individuals resulting from traumatic toxic exposure. They each bring unique skills and insight involving keen intelligence, thorough research, an unrelenting devotion to the truth and genuine empathy and compassion.

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