A) Erik has never recommended throwing away all your stuffAnything that doesn't involve throwing away all your clothes, your belongings and starting over completely from scratch.
... he recommended putting it in storage for a time , then reevaluating it after healing more. And by the way, the idea that contamination of stuff, not just active mold growth, could be a problem, Is discussed by some mainstream and respected mcas doctors like theoharides. Who brings up this point In the Anne Ortegren memorial lecture, that mycotoxins stick to stuff and cause mcas reactions.
@Gingergrrl actually had a remediation company measure /detect the mycotoxins on ber stuff if I recall, not just spore counts in the house. It's not just people in the extreme mold avoidance world that recognize that stuff can be contaminated by mold
B) you didnt answer the question and provide examples of modalities by which people totally recovered.