CANCER ANSWER TUESDAYS by Allison W. Gryphon
While you’re in treatment, the everyday surprises of life don’t stop. Smack dab in the middle of my 4 ½ months of chemo I was given the gift of termites and shortly thereafter mold.
What do I do if I’m in treatment and faced with a situation that could compromise my health, both to ignore or to remove?
The answer comes in three parts.
1. Consult with your doctors immediately and before doing anything.
2. Research the best, safest and most respected local expert for whatever your issue is.
3. Do not be afraid to ask questions and insist on full disclosure in writing from everyone involved.
These are not exactly the types of things we think about going into cancer treatment, but they certainly come up. In my case, with both the mold and the termites, full disclosure and non-toxic products were a must, and so was meeting the people personally involved.
Going into the termite and extermination and the mold removal process, I was scared. My body was already so vulnerable and whatever I chose to do or not offered a potential threat. I’m happy to say that the termites and mold were both removed by extraordinary people and non-toxic methods with no harm to myself or my home.
The termite extermination service I used was ECOLA. Click Here to visit their website and learn more.
The mold removal service I used was Dry Right Reconstruction. Click Here to visit their website and learn more.