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Alison Johnson: has authored a number of books and has made documentary films on chemical sensitivity.
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety: provides MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets) and Chemical Fact Sheets
Canadian Human Rights Commission: has two archived publications on Environmental Sensitivities: The Medical Perspective on Environmental Sensitivities and Accommodation for Environmental Sensitivities: Legal Perspective. Environmental Sensitivities (also called Chemical Sensitivities) is a recognized disability and comes under the protection of the Canadian Human Rights Code.
Chemical Injury Information Network: is a US non-profit organization. They make available to the public scientific peer-reviewed studies that bear on the issue of Chemical Injury.
Dr. Ann McCampbell: has written a number of helpful and insightful articles. First Do No Harm - The Challenge of Patients with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities gives guidance to Emergency Medical Teams on how to help a Chemically Sensitive patient in a medical emergency. Multiple Chemical Sensitivities Under Siege reveals how the chemical industry is fighting to suppress the legitimacy of this health condition as physiological.
Dr. Anne Steinemann: investigates what, where, and how pollutants affect human health and the environment, and develops ways to reduce exposures, reduce costs and improve health.
Dr. Grace Ziem: provides science-based knowledge about Chemical Injury and Chemical Sensitivity for the lay person, patient, and medical professional.
Dr. Gunnar Heuser: is a neurotoxicologist and an immunotoxicologist. He has come out of retirement to treat patients with EMF sensitivity.
Dr. Pamela Reed Gibson: leads a Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Research Team at James Madison University, which studies the life impacts of living with MCS.
Guidelines for South Australian Hospitals: are some guidelines written to assist the medical profession in accommodating the needs of the chemically sensitive patient in the hospital.
Hazardous Substance Fact Sheets: are provided by the New Jersey Department of Health. There is valuable information for 1,702 individual hazardous chemicals.
Health Care Without Harm: is an international coalition of 480 organizations in more than 50 countries, who are working to change the health care industry so that it is no longer a source of harm to people and the environment.
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