Environmental Sensitivities Awareness Day
What you can do!
What you need to know
For over 30 years patients have been seeking help from primary care physicians for new and emerging medical conditions. In the early years, sceptics challenged the physiological validity of the symptoms but over time, a large body of scientific evidence has grown that supports that these conditions are biological. Education and awareness of the research has not been sufficiently disseminated to medical professionals and politicians. For Environmental Sensitivities Awareness day, we have gathered a group of experts to help make us more aware of the medical, social and legal issues of Environmental Sensitivities
Who needs to know
It is for patients and their family and friends, people in their support system, lawyers, healthcare providers, politicians and employees of social agencies.
John Molot MD
The Canaries Are Real; Understanding Multiple Chemical Sensitivity
Are Electromagnetically and Chemically-Hypersensitive people Metabolically different from Everyone Else?
Electromagnetic fields in our homes: mitigating our environment
Environmental Sensitivities – Legal aspects
Spread the news
Please share this information via social media and email with your family, friends and your contacts. Especially with your entourage and the professionals who help you (such as your doctor, lawyer, nurse, etc.)
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- Tagging Facebook friends who may be interested in joining this online event.
We thank you!
Debra Aronson (coordinator), Claude Renaud (translation), Margaret Sears Ph.D (support), François Deschamps (website), Leon Mintz (technical support), Kate Bartz (social media), Aude Nguyen Van Phu (social media)
There is no charge for registration to view the seminar on May 12, 2017.
The seminar will be available to view after May 12, but will require a donation of your choice in order to access the presentation. Please note, tax receipts will be available for donations of $20 or over.