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Resources for MCS, children's issues, housing, fragranced products, and ecology house.




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  Environmental Health Network, EHN is a great EMF & MCS resource, fragrance free, perfume pollutes, Betty Bridges, Julia Kendall, Sen Marks' Access for People With EI/MCS, FDA Petition, Best of the Reactor 1985 - 1995, membership, The New Reactor, and to know what you're up against, read the damning and damaging CMA's 1990 EI Briefing Paper

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