I've been addressing my poison mold issues for about seven months now, and am thinking that it's time to take another look at how my immune system is doing. Mycotoxins are pretty widely believed to have a negative effect on NKC counts and likely activity as well. At one point Kenny de Meirleir was suggesting that mycotoxins might have the ability to cleave Rnase, thus creating the "bad" Rnase (Low Molecular Weight). Rich van K told me back in December that he had doubts about this and had shared them with Dr. Meirleir. I don't know what the latter thinks now. In any case, I've made a lot of progress with the mold. My Visual Contrast Sensitivity test has gone from really bad to normal (gradually over time) and my general well-being has improved. I thus am wondering if my immune system markers have gotten better. I actually had RedLabs' panel done about six weeks before I moved out of my house, and so in theory doing a before-and-after comparison should work really well. I've heard a few things that have made me wonder whether RedLabs' testing is accurate enough to even bother with though. If they're not very accurate, then perhaps I'd be better off with another lab even if I didn't get as much info (e.g. Red Labs' LMW % and the 10 or so measures related to NKC's that they supply). (Part of my concern is that they failed to find any HHV6 in my blood while another lab found a good deal from the same needle stick. I'm not going to get any more of those specific viral IgG tests unless a doctor insists though. It seems very important to see if one has a herpes viral problem in the illness, but noting its level at any particular time doesn't seem to give much useful info about anything.) What do you think re my using Red Labs for the NKC and Rnase-L stuff? And if you think I should go elsewhere, where would that be? Thanks!