Spring 2021 Virtual Meeting: Bonus Materials


Modules Presented by Dr. Andrew W. Campbell

Module 1: Why molds/mycotoxins now?  How did this happen?  Why are we dealing with this now?  What do molds cause in humans?  How do they affect health?
Module 2: What are molds and what are mycotoxins?  Where do mycotoxins come from?  What about mycotoxins in foods and beverages?  What about mycotoxins from indoor molds?  What do mycotoxins cause?  What system do they affect first?  What do they do in humans?
Module 3: Mycotoxins and the Brain: Autism Spectrum Disorder, Multiple Sclerosis, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Dementia. Mycotoxins and Hormones: Thyroid, Estrogen, Progesterone, Testosterone. Mycotoxins and Autoimmunity: How does it happen, should it be treated, can it be reversed? Can all these three be tested for, treated, and how?
Module 4: What should I ask my patients who may be suffering from molds/mycotoxins?  How do I conduct a good medical history?  What are key questions to ask?  What should I look for in a physical examination?  What are common and uncommon findings?  Can all these three be tested for, treated, and how?
Module 5: What are the most effective tests to order for what I found in my patient?  What tests should I order for pediatrics, adolescents/teens, adults, elderly patients?  What treatments for what type of patient?  One size does not fit all.  What supplements really work?  What are key points to tell patients?
Module 6: Case reports: children, young adults, adults, elderly. Autism, Alzheimer, hormonal cases, optic neuritis,  neurologic disorder cases, rheumatoid arthritis, psoriasis, MCAS, etc.


Andrew W. Campbell, MD

Andrew W. Campbell, MD

Dr. Andrew W. Campbell, Medical Clinician, Director, Officer, Advisor and Medical Consultant, also Editor-in Chief of several journals and research studies, was recently selected as Top Medical Consultant of the Year for 2020 by the International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP) for his outstanding leadership, dedication and commitment to the healthcare profession. These special honorees are distinguished based on their professional accomplishments, academic achievements, leadership abilities, and longevity in the field, other affiliations and contributions to their communities. Dr. Campbell has certainly proven himself as an expert in the field of integrative health and traditional medicine.

Dr. Campbell is a dynamic, results-driven leader who has demonstrated success by treating the most complex patients and having extensive experience with testing for molds and mycotoxins from environmental and toxic exposures.

Dr. Campbell has effectively worked alongside medical professionals from other cultures in Central and South America, Western and Eastern Europe and the Middle East. He is fluent in Arabic, Hungarian, French, Spanish and English.

Dr. Campbell’s impressive repertoire of roles have included Medical Director at the Medical Center for Immune and Toxic Disorders, Medical Consultant for Cyrex Laboratories, Medical Advisor to Cell Science Systems, Medical Director at The Wellness Center, Medical Advisor BCM Direct, Medical Advisor at Natural Health and Physician’s Exclusive. Currently, he serves as the Medical Director of MymycoLab, a laboratory testing mycotoxins in serum, and he is the Medical Director for Zenix Laboratory in Mexico.

Dr. Campbell’s areas of expertise include his treatment of thousands of patients with complex medical conditions from toxic exposures, specifically molds and mycotoxins, Lyme disease, pesticides, household solvents, silicone breast implants, industrial chemicals and more. He has aided many patients with allergies, immune disorders and immune deficiencies. Dr. Campbell’s clinical interests include genomics, microbiome and neurotoxicity.

Before embarking on his professional career path, Dr. Campbell graduated from a Swiss Preparatory School at age 14 and first in his class. His next accomplishment, he completed his College studies in the United States within 3 years. Dr. Campbell obtained his Medical Degree in Mexico, then trained at the Orlando Regional Medical Center in Florida. He furthered his education at the Medical College of Georgia. Upon moving to Texas, he began serving as the Medical Director at the Medical Center for Immune and Toxic Disorders for over 25 years. Over the course of his professional career, Dr. Campbell has held various leadership positions in Hospitals all throughout the Houston area.

In past years, Dr. Campbell has been recognized as one of the Top 100 Health Professionals in Clinical Immunology and Toxicology, as an International Health Professional of the Year for his Outstanding Contributions to Clinical Toxicology and was named countless times by Marquis Who’s Who as an expert in Medicine and Healthcare, and Science and Engineering across America and throughout the World. Aside from his successful career, Dr. Campbell is a sought-after lecturer and speaker, nationally and internationally at medical conferences for over 25 years and at Oxford University. He has published over 90 studies of his findings in peer-reviewed medical journals and medical textbook chapters.

Looking back, Dr. Campbell attributes his success to his hard work ethic, his love for education and science, and to every skillful medical professional he has had the honor of working alongside throughout his entire career, especially Dr. Ari Vojdani. When not working, he enjoys traveling and spending time with his family. For the future, he hopes to continue making breakthroughs in medicine and helping his patients achieve optimal health.