Annotated Bibliography with Documents

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Abbey S. CPA Susan Abbey begs off meeting, says issue will be dealt with by CPA.; 1991.
Susan Abbey has contributed to the killing of thousands of Canadians with sensitivities by arbitrarily deciding that psychological sequelae of sensitivities are instead the cause of the problem. The CPA has published her arbitrary statements without including information that would "completely refute" the damaging allegations she forwards, even while the CPA has been in possession of that information.
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Abbey S, Brown C. Susan Abbey invisibilizes physicians' abuse and killing of persons with sensitivities in health care.. 1993.
The Ontario Medical Review published several articles that trivialize the issues facing persons with sensitivities. Susan Abbey's 1993 article in the Ontario Medical Review was one of the worst, but not the only article she published that overtly encouraged the abuse of persons with sensitivities, that confused psychiatric sequelea with cause without providing data. It is amazing that such irresponsible and hateful persons have maintained credibility amongst their peers for so long, and in the face of hundreds of years of literature not to mention concerns expressed by human rights officials and generations of consumers! The OMA's irresponsibility in continuing to publish what amounts to hate literature must also be mentioned. By 1993, I had given up on approaching the bigots at the Ontario Medical Review and instead wrote the attached letter to the provincial coroner. It is ironic that, at the same time the OMR was invisibilizing the daily killing of persons with sensitivities by physicians, and trivializing associated needs, the OMA's ethics staff member, John Krauser, was helping us address attitudes in the Ontario government! Krauser mysteriously left the OMA in the late 1990's, shortly after he convinced the OMA's representative to the Ministry of Education to include sensitivities in assessments of learning and behavioural disabilities (as was already being done by several school boards).
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Abbey S. Canadian Psychiatric Association's Susan Abbey acknowledges receipt of concern, says CPA will be addressing it..; 1991.
The CPA has ignored more than a century of literature about persons with central nervous system dysfunction that is caused or exacerbated by environmental sensitivities. Mapping prevalence against suicide statistics suggests that there is one Canadian suicide per day of such a person, after they have been ploughed under by attitudes Health and Welfare was once addressing.
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Newsletter - Advocacy Group for the Environmentally Sensitive. Burlington, Ontario: Advocacy Group for the Environmentally Sensitive (AGES) (disbanded in 1990's); 1986.
It was such a joy to see a group form that was not manipulated by doctors of environmental medicine in ways that thwarted consumer interests and protections! This was our first anniversary newsletter. The group formally disbanded in the 1990's.
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Laurin M. List of relevant orgs (AGES 1988).; 1988.
Most of the organizations except AGES medicalized the issues until the proposed theories of physicians became more important than the well being of patients.
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Laurin M. List of relevant orgs (AGES 1988).; 1988.
Most of the organizations except AGES medicalized the issues until the proposed theories of physicians became more important than the well being of patients.
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AEHA Resource information for dealing with various environmental concerns. AEHA; 1991.
Lists of resources useful in dealing with housing, carpets, workplaces, indoor air, masks.
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Rotor L, Stutt E, Brown C. Environmental Sensitivities Awareness Project.; 1993.
Public education was recommended in government reports, by public health groups and by Health and Welfare prior to the 1993 election. By the time this proposal was submitted, Health Canada had abandoned promoting the protection of persons with environmental sensitivities. The project was not approved. The people who were supposed to be protected by measures encouraged prior to 1993 are being injured or killed, instead.
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AEHA Ottawa writes members concerning District Health Council conference.; 1990.
Conference organized by Ottawa Carleton DHC as part of an amicable resolution of an OHRC complaint. The DHC board members, listed in another document, did not keep their promise to include sensitivities in health care planning in the region. More than 3,000 persons have been unnecessarily killed in local health care since, more than 500 persons with CNS dysfunction resulting from undiagnosed sensitivities have suicide, and countless women with eating disorders have died without being fully assessed for sensitivities.
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AEHA Waterloo Wellington.; 1990.
The Branch newsletters in HEF, AEHA and AGES contained a wealth of information about toxins, sensitivities, how to cope, diet, housing, the workplace, children, schools and so on. However, serious issues such as suicide, adverse drug reaction deaths, or other iatrogenic deaths were avoided out of a fear of arousing abusers.
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Quarantined allergy patient gives birth to healthy baby.. 1990.
Sex and headaches made the news. The abuse and killing of patients in health care, or suicides of attitude victims do not.
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Akande Z. MCSS Minister Zanana Akande misses point completely.; 1990.
MCSS minister completely misses the point about abuse and killing of persons with sensitivities, continues Liberal deceit of discussing clinical ecology while ignoring history of persons with sensitivities. (page one only)
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al-Razi A, Razi. The Sense of Smelling.; 900.
Physician advice to a patient with sensitivities more than a thousand years ago.
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Alcock D. Denise Alcock recommends Brown. Letter of recommendation ed. Ottawa; 1978.
Denise Alcock, Head of Children's Hospital Child Life Program, writes letter recommending Chris Brown as sensitive to needs of child patients while shooting.
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Allan J. Labour Department refers concern to AJ Liston, HPB, HWC.; 1987.
Labour Minister Pierre Cadieux's advisor refers concern to head of HPB, AJ Liston
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Allen K. Friendly Oasis.. 1991.
People with spouses and enough money are able to use inexpensive existing construction methods to build homes that accommodated the needs of persons with sensitivities, while people who are more seriously affected and do not have spouses with adequate income die in the streets.
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Allen M. Jean Charest "respects commitment" and trusts HWC Perrin Beatty will address the problem.; 1989.
One of many letters indicating Charest's support.
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Petition - Supporters of people with "MCS" hide their history behind the one they learned from doctors of environmental medicine.; 1992.
While the goals of this petition are laudable, its creators manage to sabotage themselves by stating that the clinic in Nova Scotia is the first to serve persons with sensitivities in Canada. They refer to a disease concept proposed by doctors of environmental medicine that attempts to describe a group that does not have one single disease. They place research ahead of protections based on existing knowledge, sabotaging the rights and security of persons with sensitivities across Canada.
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AEHA National forms committee to look into abuse.; 1995.
It is almost unbelievable that, 15 years ago, the attached committee was formed, and the attached motion was passed by AEHA National at AGM Board meeting. Neither were acted on, as Featherstone, Maclennan, Molot, Marshall, Krop, Armstrong crap, pulled the group back to being only a fan club for doctors of environmental medicine. It was a good committee, and a good motion, but absolutely no follow through. ALL of the speakers at the AGM were physicians, except one guy at the end of the day who talked about housing renovations. Jerry Ross actually said that the critics of environmental medicine were all saying that it was all in peoples' heads, which was not my experience at all. The function of Ross's comments were to unethically scare consumers into the environmental medicine fold. It is the meeting where I met Joffres, by demanding an apology from him for saying that sensitivities were not accepted, and that we needed research before they could be accepted. I was so incredibly offended to see that everything that had moved forward before 1993 was being sabotaged, not by the enemy, but by a chapter in NS and others who, in 1995, were where the Ottawa Branch had been in 1983. Nothing invisibilizes history like fanaticism. There was an incredibly goofy naturopath who had everyone under his spell, convincing them that what they needed, first and foremost, was an acceptance of naturopathy. I sat across from him at lunch and, just before we left, when finished, I asked him to get out of our faces, that he was using us for needs substantiation and setting us back in the process. I think he could tell the level of rage that was behind my quiet but very terse dressing down of him. Eventually he was out of the picture. At one point, a doctor in the audience whose wife had sensitivities got up and gave me a dressing down for criticising Joffres. He said that "the way things work" was that we needed research, just like we needed Lister before we dealt with infection. I wish I'd known then that the words "infective" and "pestilential" predated Lister by centuries.
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JAMA debates medical approaches while protection of patients is ignored.. 1992.
Instead of protecting patients from lethal acts of commission by physicians, organized medicine steers the discussion only towards criticizing theories of causation.
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Anand R. OHRC confirms receipt of information about suicide.; 1989.
The OHRC was good under Frazee, who understood the basic reverse onus issue. However, the expertise of other Chief Commissioners seemed to be outside the area of disability. The rights of persons with sensitivities were not protected, but violated by the OHRC from this point forward.
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Anand R. OHRC Raj Anand confirms receipt of concerns about Donna Stewart's articles.; 1989.
Raj Anand did not understand reverse onus issues or their manifestations in human rights and clinical ethics.
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Anderson N. AEHA National Secretary congratulates Ottawa Branch on AGM coordination.; 1993.
Ottawa Branch of AEHA was the largest, best organized and, for a while, had escaped the role of simply being cheerleaders for the nonsense being promoted by doctors of environmental medicine. It was, for most of the 1990's, a true consumer organization in the traditions of the cross disability movement.
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Anderson J. AEHA J. Anderson explains process to dysfunctional Toronto Branch.; 1991.
In a world of crazies, Joanna was a breath of fresh air. This letter gives an example of what sensible people were up against when they accepted leadership positions in AEHA. AEHA was, at the time, a self help group trying to become a consumer group. In the end, it became a shill for doctors of environmental medicine when consumer advocates all left in despair.
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Andre H. Minister Harvie Andre says FAB to be checked for false advertising.; 1987.
Ministerial assistants will engage, endlessly, in silliness, while ignoring public servants' contribution to the slaughter of children and other vulnerable persons.
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Annand W. The 20th Century Disease.. 1987.
Patient experience is wrapped up in the theories of doctors of environmental medicine and discussion about their approaches. Actual history is replaced by self-aggrandizing revisionist version from those physicians and their innocent supporters.
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anonymous. Alberta consumer's spouse describes standoff with ignorant Alberta social services people.; 1991.
Consumers across Canada asked for help in dealing with various abusive authorities who ignored our history and focused, instead, on controversy about the flaky ideas of doctors of environmental medicine.
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Archamhault K, Auger S, Davidson B, Donegan F, Gilka L, Holdsworth B, et al. Childhood experiences as causes of criminal behaviour. The Society for the Understanding of Nutrition; 1978.
Lists some of the science to which public servants have turned a blind eye.
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Archbishop Stephen Langton and the most powerful Barons of England. Magna Carta. King John of England(1166 - 1216), editor. England: Kingdom of England; 1215.
39 states the concept of "freedom from arbitrary interference" which is the basis of and, in some dictionaries, the definition of human rights. 40 states the concept "justice delayed is justice denied."
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Armit AA. HWC Amelita A. Armit ignores existence of publicly insured method of diagnosis, known abuses, delays action.; 1991.
Armit was typical of only some HWC managers of the day. She ignored the long history, while children and other people were being unnecessarily injured or killed. Others in the department were working to stop preventable harm, using the full half of the cup even as debate about the "new" ideas of "doctors of environmental medicine" provided a convenient distraction for public servants who wanted to avoid their responsibilities.
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Armstrong C. CMHA Ottawa encourages CMHA National to help rescue CNS reactors.; 1990.
CMHA Ottawa branch became informed about the effects of sensitivities on the central nervous system in some persons, and the warnings of Ashford and Miller that in ambiguous cases sensitivities should be ruled out before treatments that could hurt people with sensitivities are embarked on. Deadwood Ed Pennington and CMHA Ontario head Howard Richardson ignored the concern and current CMHA leadership has demonstrated an astonishing arrogance and irresponsibility concerning these consumers.
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Armstrong S. 20th Century sufferers get big boost from government.. 1987.
Article sticks to modern environment paradigms, notes validation by parts of officialdom, forwards awareness about abuse of psych patients. Hook was 1987 HEF conference.
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Ashford N, Miller C. Ashford and Miller summary.; 1990.
Ashford and Miller won a Macedo award from the American Association for World Health, affiliated with the World Health Organization for the 1989 report. The report was helpful in moving Health and Welfare forward, but had virtually no effect on the provinces (who deliver health care).
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Ashford N, Miller C. last four paragraphs of Ashford and Miller report to New Jersey.; 1989.
If a physician encounters a patient whose symptoms may be caused by sensitivities or be something else, it is important to rule out sensitivities before embarking on approaches that may hurt the patient if sensitivities are part of the problem.
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Ashford N, Miller C. CHEMICAL SENSITIVITY A Report to the New Jersey State Department of Health .; 1989.
These four pages describe again the fact of psychological sequelae from sensitivities and recommend a clinical approach that will reduce harm.
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CMA Policy Summary on Immunization. Ottawa: Canadian Medical Association; 1985.
CMA policy makes no mention of disability resulting from immunization shots. Also, they publish a policy about immunization during a period where they were declaring, in relation to environmental sensitivities, they do not make statements about specific aspects of health care. A similar policy summary concerning sensitivities might have saved many thousands of lives.
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Canadian Medical Association brief to Parliament on Canadian Environmental Protection Act.; 1988.
Section 32(2)(b) This provision is contrary to the traditional medical dictum of Ilfirst do no harm". The most likely cause of delay on the part of the department will be administrative inefficiency or extra concern regarding the substance in q~estion. It would therefore be much more appropriate to create a system that would keep the potentially-offending substance out until a decision was actually made. As physicians, we shudder at the thought that such a system could prevail for the marketing of pharmaceutical products: that is, the manufacturer would be allowed to sell a product unless the Health Protection Branch objected within a stated period of time following application.
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Statutes of the Gemeinschaft umweltfreundlicher Teppichboden e.V..; 1991.
Submission to German government concerning toxic carpeting.
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Is Pollution Making You Sick?. 1983.
Even Jehovah's Witnesses were doing better journalism than the bullies of Canadian mainstream media.
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Axworthy C. MP Chris Axworthy encourages Health and Welfare to include consumer representatives in policy development.; 1990.
Axworthy was a hole-in-the-pocket socialist (who eventually became a Liberal) who was willing to ask gentle questions, but chickened out when it came to more serious questions, such as the unnecessary killing of patients in health care. With social democrats like him, who needs neo-cons?
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Bailey S. Journalism Student Susan Bailey eclipses history of persons with sensitivities behind debate about environmental medicine.; 1993.
Bailey uses a "clinical ecologist" as her only supportive source, ignores more than a century of supportive medical literature that is unrelated to the crackpot ideas of clinical ecology.
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Baird J. MPP John Baird ignores existing, publicly insured means of diagnosis, lists positive things being done to help persons with sensitivities.; 1996.
Baird confuses fact of sensitivities not being caused by one disease with fact that sensitivities have been known to medicine for centuries, and with existence of publicly insured method of diagnosis. Then, after getting the basics wrong, he lists a number of positive things that are being done by government to help persons with sensitivities.
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Barinaga M. An NRC workshop on "multiple chemical sensitivity" produced unexpected consensus: Further studies are required.. 1991.
Barinaga ignores clinical ethical issues, history of sensitivities, instead subjects persons who experience repeatable, controllable circumstances to a reverse onus, then focuses on debate about the recent theories of so-called "doctors of environmental medicine."
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Barlow M. PMO congratulates Brown on TV piece about pornography.; 1984.
Barlow wrote supportive letter after CBC management expressed worries about audience response to CBC TV story done by Brown about porn.
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Barnard S. Reptiles have sensitivities.; 1993.
Reptiles have sensitivities, predating the self-aggrandizing cult created by so-called "doctors of environmental medicine" by more than 300 million years.
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Barry M. UN Decade of Disabled Persons invites participation.; 1989.
The United Nations Decade of Disabled Persons said "the activities stipulated in the Programme equally cover the concerns of those persons whose"dlsablities are the direct consequences of environmental pollution." and "I thank you for your kind observations and concern about this particular category of disabled persons who suffer "mild discomfort to total disability" due to intermittent or chronic symptoms resulting from idiosyncratic sensitivities to natural and synthetic substances. 1 can assure you that the United Nations is firmly committed to uphold the rights of all disabled persons irrespective of the nature and category of the disability."
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Barsoum R. Waterloo Board of Education specification for classroom for children with sensitivities.; 1991.
Although many school boards had accommodated teachers and/or students with sensitivities, and not to forget the Fresh Air and Open Air School movements, Waterloo Wellington was one of the first Ontario boards of Education to accommodate children with sensitivities. This was a specification arrived at with input from many parties, put together by engineer Reg Barsoum, who spoke at the 1996 National Conference on Children with Sensitivities (http://ages.ca/nccs ).
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Beatty P, Law M, Halliday B. HWC Minister Perrin Beatty and DM Maureen Law appear before Health Committee. Ottawa: House of Commons; 1989.PDF icon hansardhallidayraiseswithperrinbeattyandmaureenlaw1989.pdf (224.41 KB)
Beatty P. HWC Minister Perrin Beatty supports Ashford and Miller recommendation.; 1990.
Ashford and Miller recommended that, in ambiguous cases, where symptoms could be caused by sensitivities or by some other factor, sensitivities should be ruled out before subjecting the patient to treatments that could be injurious to persons disabled by sensitivities, and labelling that could interfere with their ability to get reasonable accommodation.
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Beatty P. Health Minister Beatty responds to petition about food labelling.; 1990.
Pages one and two only.
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