CMA Catherine McCourt sabotages persons with sensitivities by eclipsing their history and violating their rights.; 1990.
McCourt ignores a publicly insured method of diagnosis, not to mention three hundred years of clinical history and scientific literature. She ignores a clinician's responsibility to listen to patients, and not to subject them to a reverse onus about their experience of repeatable, controllable circumstances. She eclipses the history and rights, not to mention her own professional and ethical responsibilities behind debate about the theories of so-called "doctors of environmental medicine." What a horror she must live with, with so many tens of thousands of Canadians unnecessarily killed since she imposed her sloppy, bumbling opinion!