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Girl Fell 'Dangerously Ill' After Mould Exposure At NSW School, Mum Says

Tuesday 15 May 2018


From Australia's Nine News:


Maryah McGee
Maryah McGee is treated in emergency
after a violent vomiting attack.

Girl fell 'dangerously ill' after mould exposure at NSW school, mum says

By Emily McPherson
May 14, 2018
© Nine Digital Pty Ltd 2018

A mother has told her 11-year-old daughter became dangerously ill after spending her days in a “mould-infested” classroom at a NSW public school. understands there have been a cluster of illnesses at Robertson Public School, in the southern highlands, with several teachers reporting health issues they believe to have been caused by mould.

Hayley McGee said it took her almost three years to discover what was causing her daughter Maryah’s mystery illness which began when she was about eight and developed asthma.

Maryah then started having bouts of vomiting that her doctors were at a loss to explain. After multiple tests, a gastroenterologist found Maryah’s stomach lining was inflamed and diagnosed her with gastritis.

But the specialist had no idea what was causing that condition, and over the next two years, Maryah became sicker and sicker.


Constantly tired and listless, Maryah had nearly two terms off school last year and ended up being diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome and glandular fever.


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