Which Poison Will Change Your Life?: An MCS Survivor's Eye-Opening View Into the Socio-Political Forces Which Make Today's "Invisible Illnesses" Possible and Probable

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AuthorHouse, 2011 - Medical - 244 pages

Are chemicals and electro-smog in your home and workplace making you sick?

Does your doctor tell you that your symptoms are not real? are all in your head?

Has your condition been dismissed or labelled "idiopathic" (and then dismissed)?

Turn on any newscast. Open any newspaper. Read any blog.

What are they talking about? Pollution, global warming, and our skyrocketing disease rate. With so many research studies, how can these intricately-related topics still be called "controversial" and the results "inconclusive"? How can the scientists giving advice all have different versions of scientific fact? What and whom are we supposed to believe?

Real science doesn't lie The answers and solution are clear. Read this book to discover why today's so-called invisible illnesses are never idiopathic and to learn how to hold your own within a system that gets you sick, keeps you sick, and wants you sick

 

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Contents

Theres No Place Like Home
1
What is Invisible about Illness?
21
MCS is as Real as a Broken Bone
37
What is it Really
51
Whats in t Reallyl
83
HandinHandinHand
101
Reflexions
131
From the Access Annals
151
On the Medical Horizon
191
Conclusion
209
References
211
Recommended Reading Viewing List
217
Index
221
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About the author (2011)

Glenna Chance, M.M., is a professional musician, environmental consultant, and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity advocate/activist. She is the founder and director of MCS Advocacy.com, an agency which advocates for the MCS-disabled and their families who need assistance in finding housing, benefits, non-toxic products, and medical and legal resources. She is a proponent of life lived in harmony with the universal truths of nature.Ms. Chance does not use wireless electronic devices. Why? Read the book!

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