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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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L. Rotor, Stutt, E., and 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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