Wednesday, November 21, 2012

News from ONFCI

Deceived, Disabled, Dejected, Dehumanized, Dismissed, and Dying: The
Widespread Dilemma of MCS Disability.

Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: Reflections by Dr. L. Christine Oliver and
Alison Johnson Transcript

Veterans Injured by Chemicals Need Help

Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, Part One WCPN radio interview with Karen
Schaefer, 2.15.01

MCS Policy For Medical Offices

Letter: Educate Your Building Manager

ONFCI's Top Ten Ways to Improve Indoor Air Quality


ONFCI November 28, 2003 Letter Urging CDC to Address MCS Epidemic

ONFCI 1998 letter responding to Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease
Registry Report

Center for Disease Control (CDC) Employee Policy
CDC's Fragrance-Free Policy & More - See pages 9-10 (Appendix A, Section C -
Building Occupants)

Professor Anne C. Steinemann - Links to her fragrance sensitivity report and
other resources

Parma Fire Department - Ambulance Protocol

Parma Community General Hospital - Paramedic Protocol

Parma Heights Curbs Diesel Emissions on Ambulances

American Journal of Nursing MCS Article References (#29) Toni Temple's
Healthier Hospitals

Dismantling the Attitudinal Barriers Against MCS by Toni Temple

Healthier Hospitals: a comprehensive guide to assist in the medical care of
the patient with multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) disability. Parma, OH;
1996. p. 28.

Hospitalization for the Chemically Sensitive Patient

MCS Activism Starting to Pay Off - U.S. Access Board adopts fragrance-free
policy for meetings

National Institute Building Sciences (NIBS) Indoor Environmental Quality

Press Release Feb. 2012

Sample MCS Awareness Month Proclamations

Governor Strickland Recognizes May as MCS Awareness and Education Month

ONFCI News Release:

Mayor Cyril M. Kleem, City of Berea

Mayor Thomas P. Perciak, City of Strongsville

ONFCI press release - Awareness Month 2009


ONFCI's 2004 "Prevention Convention" at Playhouse Square Center - Press

New Pesticide Legislation:

Ten Commandments Of A Good Neighbor

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