Some politicians will quite casually lie in ways that cause thousands of deaths. Most will turn a blind eye to damaging statements from their party if doing otherwise means acknowledging previous liability. When told of harm caused by their colleagues, politicians such as Paul Dewar launch into an ad hominem defence, diverting attention while vulnerable persons continue to be needlessly killed.
This report's 244 page annotated bibliography on environmental effects on health includes articles about reactions affecting the central nervous system dating back to 1908. The report and bibliography were written by Bruce Small and Associates for Health and Welfare Canada in 1988.