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    1982
    Marshall L. ALLERGIES, ECOLOGICAL ILLNESS AND MENTAL HEALTH. McNabb: Human Ecology Foundation Ottawa Branch; 1982.
    Marshall confuses her family counselling with the needs of persons with sensitivities, obscures history, invisibilizes daily suicides of abused CNS reactors.
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    1988
    Marshall L. Canadian Society for Clinical Ecology and Environmental Medicine pledged support, but didn't get the point.; 1988.
    Canadian clinical ecologists, who later changed their names to "doctors of environmental medicine," seemed not to understand how their imposition of secondary medical decisions was interfering with patient advocate efforts to secure basic protections due as a result of existing human rights.
    PDF icon CSEMcompletelymissesthepoint1988ocr.pdf (28.06 KB)
    Molol J, Zazula. M, Radulescu R, Wilson W, Krop J, Marshall L, et al. POSITION PAPER OF THE CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR CLINICAL ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE. CANADIAN SOCIETY FOR CLINICAL ECOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE; 1988.
    Clinical ecologists were the millstone around the necks, the donkey's tail hung on the nose, of persons with sensitivities. Once I had escaped the cult-like devotion to their flaky, unethical practises, once I learned the history they had eclipsed with their self aggrandizing revisionist version, it was a horror to see them arrive on the federal scene, delighting abusers with their crackpot ideas, providing a distraction from patient concerns.
    PDF icon CSEMremedicalizesretechnicalizestheargumentssbotaginghumanrights1988ocr.pdf (799.74 KB)