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    Shefman A. HEALTH COUNCIL TO DEAL WITH ENVIRONMENTAL HYPERSENSITIVITY (OHRC Human Rights settlement news release).; 1990.
    In 1986, Brown could have made a human rights complaint against any of dozens of parties that came under the jurisdiction of the Ontario Human Rights Code. He chose the DHC because it was a group of people, and because if you can't get into planning you can't get in anywhere. The DHC organized one conference about sensitivities, and then ignored the concern as locals with undiagnosed sensitivities were unnecessarily killed weekly. Nearly a decade later, they promised to write a report about the abuse of persons with sensitivities in local health care, but then disbanded.
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