Canadian Medical Association responds to concerns about physicians killing persons with environmental sensitivities.. Ottawa: Canadian Medical Association; 1985.
CMA Government Relations person Doug Geekie asked for information about physicians' ongoing abuse and killing of patients with sensitivities. When he received it, he found the information unpalatable.
CMA finally agrees to counter Health and Welfare's misrepresentation of the CMA's position. Brown C, editor. Ottawa; 1986.
In the mid 1980's, Health and Welfare, including health minister Jake Epp, were claiming that the Canadian Medical Association was sceptical about existence of sensitivities. Finally, CMA government relations head Doug Geekie agrees to call Health and Welfare on its misrepresentation of the CMA's position.