I wouldn't. I'd consider it a badge of honor to be accused of quackery by the ultimate quack, Stephen (I work out of my garage) Barrett, a man who's lost every case he's brought against so-called quacks. Note this error from Barrett's report: In each of these cases, Campbell relied on junk science to support his diagnosis of "toxigenic mold exposure." No scientific literature supports a causal connection between mold exposure and the neurological diseases Campbell diagnosed." The study posted at the beginning of this thread shows a connection. Barrett is unqualified to comment on almost all the cases/"quacks" he reports on. Just because Barrett calls someone a 'quack', doesn't make it so, as proven by the many court cases he's lost.