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  1. The contaminants detected during indoor environmental testing do not pose a public health hazard.
  2. No environmental chemical source of the boy's medical condition can be identified.


  1. Continue to monitor the patient's medical condition and treat symptomatically, as indicated. If the patient's condition exacerbates, attempt to identify and reduce exposure to the precipitating agent, which can include drugs, chemicals, or biological agents.


Kenneth Orloff, Ph.D., DABT

Gerard Bazile, M.D.

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