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HLA-DR DQ Genetic Test for Mold Hypersensitivity

HLA-DR/DQ Genetic Test for Mold (CIRS) Hypersensitivity

$350.00

**This test is generally recommended for people who live far from Quest Labs or LabCorps. It is most ideal for people living outside of the United States and considering a CIRS diagnosis. This test ONLY provides the HLA-DR-DQ genetic results and does not provide other CIRS markers.**

 

All tests from Nutrition with Judy include a detailed analysis report that includes NwJ explanations, dietary and supplement recommendations, as well as customized next steps based on your test results. You also have the option to work 1-on-1 or join the CIRS group support with the NwJ nutritional therapist team.

 

While there’s a lot of new information about Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome, if you work with the NwJ team, you will be provided with CIRS resources, and support through the protocol together.  
  • This genetic test is a cheek swab and can be performed internationally.
  • If you want the CIRS blood testing (and live in the US, near a LabCorp facility), you can find the comprehensive CIRS panel here. This test panel diagnoses can diagnose CIRS.
  • If you want comprehensive CIRS support, including additional home testing (ERMI, HERTSMI-2 and ENDOTOXINS), MARCoNS Nasal test, guidance before starting the CIRS protocol, and Q&A support, we highly recommend the NwJ CIRS White Glove Service.
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    We recommend NwJ’s flagship Symptom Burden Assessment (SBA) with the CIRS testing as this has been most effective in getting to root cause healing. We have discounted the CIRS + SBA Package.

     

    **PURCHASER NOTE: For a quicker turnaround please supply your date of birth and gender in the ‘Order notes’ field during checkout.**

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**NOTE: Depending on the case, we can work with you through the entire CIRS protocol! We are only able to offer this with people living in the United States.
All tests from Nutrition with Judy include a detailed analysis report that includes NwJ explanations, dietary and supplement recommendations, as well as customized next steps based on your test results. The analysis is usually sent a few days after LabCorp results are released. 

 

Also comes with: 

Turnaround Time: 4-6 weeks (lab time is about 3-4 weeks). Timing differs for international sales.

If you are not healing from any particular diet, you may have been exposed to a biotoxin and are now suffering from chronic inflammation. Before testing for CIRS through bloodwork, make sure to test for symptoms (see the CIRS Cluster of Symptoms below) and test your vision (VCS Test).

 

If you have 8 of the 13 symptom clusters and fail the vision test, you are a strong candidate for bloodwork.

 

 

This genetic test will provide your genetic haplotype to see if you have one (or more) genes that make you more susceptible to chronic inflammation. If you’ve ever been diagnosed with mold, Lyme or MS, you may want to get tested.

NOTE: You only need to test for your haplotype once.  

HLA DR1/3/4/5, DQ Intermediate Resolution (167120)

  • HLA antigens may be correlated with certain disease states or other clinical conditions. It can also be used for screening of transplant candidates and potential donors, transfusion of specifically compatible blood products, and other areas. Researchers have identified hundreds of different versions (alleles) of the HLA-DRB1 gene, each of which is given a particular number such as HLA-DRB1*04:01.
  • Note: In his FAQ’s, Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker says, “In assessment of the DRB-1 1-5 over the years (together with its related haplotypes of 10-5 and 103-5, and 1-3 and 1-4) the only variable that reaches statistical significance we have seen is a reduced level of MSH in cases compared to other cases and then to controls.”
  • Up to 5% with a Benign haplotype may still get CIRS from mold but will recovery more easily. There are a total of 54 known haplotypes – see page 716 in the book “Surviving Mold”. Alternatively, upon completion of the Biotoxin Test, you’ll be shown the 54 haplotypes.

 

Once you purchase this test, you will receive instructions on the next steps.

While there’s a lot of new information about Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome, if you work with the NwJ team, you will be provided with CIRS resources, and support through the protocol together. 

 

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