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Explore Issues Raised By 'Invisible Killers'

Below you'll find more information about 48 Hours' "Invisible Killers" program, airing on Sept. 28, 2000.

Stachybotrys
Dr. Dorr Dearborn
Rainbow Children's Hospital
216-368-4369

Melinda Ballard, homeowner
Mballardal@aol.com

Dr. Eckhardt Johanning
Eastern N.Y. Occupational and Environmental Health Center
518-436-5511 x358

Dr. David Straus
Texas Tech University
Medical Center
3601 Fourth St.
Lubbock, Texas 79430

Visit the Web site at www.stachybotrys.com/stachy.htm.

The Environmental Protection Agency will have a hot line set up for questions and concerns about indoor contamination. The Indoor Air Hot Line can be reached at 800-438-4318.

Or visit www.epa.gov/iaq/biologic.html.

Strep B

A Web site with more information on the subject is www.cdc.gov/ncidod/dbmd/gbs.

The Centers for Disease Control has set up a Strep B hot line at 404-371-5375.

Cody Unser

Dr. Doug Kerr
Johns Hopkins Medical Center
410-338-3000

Information on transverse myelitis and Cody Unser's foundation is at the Web site www.codysfirststep.org/.

E. coli

Rachel Gene Aldrich Foundation Fund
c/o KeyBank National Association
1 Metro Park Dr.
Albany, N.Y. 12205

For more information regarding E. coli, visit www.mednews.net/bacteria.

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