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MCS Referral & Resources, Inc., is a non-profit organization engaged in professional outreach, patient support and public advocacy devoted to the diagnosis, treatment, accommodation and prevention of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity disorders. We were founded by Grace Ziem, MD, DrPH, and Albert Donnay, MHS, in 1994, and incorporated in Maryland in 1995. Our mission is to further the diagnosis, treatment, accommodation and prevention of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity disorders. MCS Referral & Resources is supported by literature sales, research fees, and tax-deductible contributions.




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