Recommended Books

  • Dr. John Molot.  12,000 Canaries Can't Be Wrong: what's making us sick and what we can do about it.  Toronto: ECW Press, 2015.   www.johnmolot.co

  • Dr. John Molot. 12,000 Canaries Can't Be Wrong: Establishing the New Era of Environmental Medicine. Toronto: ECW Press, 2015.   www.johnmolot.com

  • Ashford, A. and C. Miller. Chemical Exposures: Low Levels and High Stakes. Second Edition. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1998.

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  • Berkson, J.B. A Canary’s Tale. Baltimore, MD: Jacob Berkson, 1996. (Available from PO Box 2041, Hagerstown MD 21742, USA.)

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  • Colborn, T., Dumanoski, D., and J.P. Myers. Our Stolen Future: Are We Threatening our Fertility, Intelligence, and Survival? A Scientific Detective Story. NY: Penguin, 1997.

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  • Doidge, Dr Norman.  The Brain That Changes Itself

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  • Doidge, Dr Norman.  The Brain's Way of Healing

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  • Duehring, C. and C. Wilson. The Human Consequences of the Chemical Problem. White Sulphur Springs, MT: TT Publishing, 1994. (Available from the Chemical Injury Information Network, PO Box 301, White Sulphur Springs MT 59645, USA. Tel: 406-547-2255.)

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  • Gibson, P.R. Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: A Survival Guide. Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications, 1999.

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  • Lawson, L. Staying Well in a Toxic World: Understanding Environmental Illness, Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, Chemical Injury, and Sick Building Syndrome. Chicago: Lynnword Press, 1993.

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  • McCormick, G. Living with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities: Narratives of Coping (working title). Jefferson, NC: MacFarland & Co., 2000.

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  • Randolph, T.G. and R.W. Moss. An Alternative Approach to Allergies. NY: Harper Collins, 1990.

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  • Rogers, S.A. The EI Syndrome: An Rx for Environmental Illness. Syracuse, NY: Prestige Publishers, 1986.

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  • Temple, T. Healthier Hospitals: A Comprehensive Guide to Assist in the Medical Care of the Patient with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity. Parma, OH: Toni Temple and the Ohio Network for the Chemically Injured (ONFCI), 1996. Available from PO Box 29290, Parma OH 44129, USA.

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  • Westrom, Nancy. The Safer Travel Directory: A Guide for the Chemically Sensitive Person. Updated frequently, published by the author, 1501 Schooner Ln, Sebastian FL 32958, USA. Tel: 561-388-9042. Email: MCSTravel@aol.com.

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  • Wilson, C. Chemical Exposure and Human Health. Jefferson, NC: MacFarland & Co., 1993.

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  • Zwillinger, R. The Dispossessed: Living with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities. Paulden, AZ: The Dispossessed Project, 1997. Available from Rhonda Zwillinger, The Dispossessed Project, PO Box 402, Paulden AZ 86334, USA. Tel: 520-636-2802. Photographs with descriptive text.