The problem with CIRS is it’s lonely, because it’s too complicated to explain. When Dr. Shoemaker referred me to Larry Schwartz, I could tell that Larry was an intelligent and ethical person, informed in detail about the science behind building remediation. Not only that, but his associate, Michele, has been indispensible in answering questions and in understanding the incredible emotional toll these problems take on the homeowner. In this society of robocalls, they are the opposite–human beings who understand. They worked with a remediator in my city because there was no one here who knew Larry’s protocol. Already my symptoms are better and my tests prove it. Just knowing that I can discuss the toxic situation with knowledgeable professionals is a tremendous stress-reducer.