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    1987
    Bradley J. Ontario Environment Minister Bradley addresses HEF Conference.; 1987.
    James Bradley, Alvin Curling and other cabinet ministers were willing to help persons with environmental sensitivities, even as the Ontario Ministry of Health was ensuring that they would be killed.
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    1988
    Bradley J. Ontario Environment Minister Jim Bradley relates support, action, refers health issues to Caplan. Ottawa; 1988.
    Bradley was supporting persons with sensitivities even as the Ministry of Health was lying about the existence of a publicly insured method of diagnosis. He undertook to reduce pesticide use, and writes: The Ministries of the Environment and Health are aware of the problem of the environmentally hypersensitive person. Human hypersensitivity to chemicals is a complex problem requiring a better understanding of the issue than has been demonstrated in the past. Clearly, we must reduce environmental exposure where possible, and my Ministry is committed to that end. Indeed our pollution control policies are aimed at the virtually elimination of toxic contaminants in our environment.
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    1990
    Bradley J. Ontario Environment Minister James Bradley refers concern to Health Minister Caplan.; 1990.
    Bradley spoke at the 1987 conference of persons with sensitivities that was organized by the Human Ecology Foundation. He never understood that sensitivities were not new, not new to medicine, or how the Ontario Ministry of Health was lying about the existence of a publicly insured method of diagnosis, eclipsing the history of sensitivities behind controversy about the approaches of Johnny come lately doctors of environmental medicine.
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