References and notes to Introduction To Multiple Chemical Sensitivity

 

 

This is the companion document containing the reference list. The main document can be found at http://www.eiwellspring.org/health/IntroductionToMCSpart1.htm

 

Keywords:   MCS, multiple chemical sensitivity, reference

 

 

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