Here are some links, which we hope will be of assistance to you in your search for:

  • solid scientific information
  • medically sound information
  • supportive information
  • other helpful information

The links are listed alphabetically.


  1. Action for ME
  2. Agent Orange Association of Canada Inc
  3. Alison Hunter Memorial Foundation
  4. Alison Johnson: has authored a number of books and has made documentary films on chemical sensitivity.
  5. American Gulf War Veterans Association
  6. An Organic Place to Live
  7. Arizona Public Housing Project For People Disabled By Environmental Sensitivities


  1. Body Burden - The Pollution in Newborns


  1. C4ST
  2. Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety: provides MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets) and Chemical Fact Sheets
  3. Canadian Human Rights Commission: has two archived publications on Environmental Sensitivities: The Medical Perspective on Environmental Sensitivities and Accommodation for Environmental Sensitivities: Legal Perspective. Environmental Sensitivities (also called Chemical Sensitivities) is a recognized disability and comes under the protection of the Canadian Human Rights Code.
  4. Canadian Coalition for Green Health Care
  5. Canadian Organic Growers: is the national information network for organic farmers, gardeners and consumers.
  6. Canadians for Safe Technology
  7. Canary Housing Cooperative
  8. Care of Hospitalized MCS Patients
  9. Chemical Injury Information Network: is a US non-profit organization. They make available to the public scientific peer-reviewed studies that bear on the issue of Chemical Injury.


  1. Dr. Ann McCampbell: has written a number of helpful and insightful articles. First Do No Harm - The Challenge of Patients with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities gives guidance to Emergency Medical Teams on how to help a Chemically Sensitive patient in a medical emergency. Multiple Chemical Sensitivities Under Siege reveals how the chemical industry is fighting to suppress the legitimacy of this health condition as physiological.
  2. Dr. Anne Steinemann: investigates what, where, and how pollutants affect human health and the environment, and develops ways to reduce exposures, reduce costs and improve health.
  3. Dr. Gunnar Heuser: is a neurotoxicologist and an immunotoxicologist. He has come out of retirement to treat patients with EMF sensitivity.
  4. Dr. Pamela Reed Gibson: leads a Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Research Team at James Madison University, which studies the life impacts of living with MCS.


  1. Ecological Health Organization, Inc. (ECHO)
  2. Electrohypersensitivity Doctor
  3. Electromagnetic Field Doctor
  4. Empowering People with Chronic Illness
  5. Environmental Health Association of Alberta
  6. Environmental Health Association of British Columbia
  7. Environmental Health Association of Nova Scotia
  8. Environmental Health Association of Nova Scotia - Guide to Less Toxic Products
  9. Environmental Health Association of Quebec
  10. Environmental Health Clinic - Women's College Hospital (Ontario)
  11. Environmental Health Network of California
  12. Environmental Health Trust
  13. Environmental Working Group


  1. Fibromyalgia Support


  1. Global Indoor Health Network
  2. Guide to Less Toxic Products - Environmental Health Association of Nova Scotia


  1. Hazardous Substance Fact Sheets: are provided by the New Jersey Department of Health. There is valuable information for 1,702 individual hazardous chemicals.
  2. Health Care Without Harm: is an international coalition of 480 organizations in more than 50 countries, who are working to change the health care industry so that it is no longer a source of harm to people and the environment.


  1. Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS): is part of the Environmental Protection Agency. It provides toxicology studies of a huge list of chemicals.
  2. Invisible Disabilities Association


  1. Lab Tests Online: is a public resource on clinical laboratory testing. The information provided is peer-reviewed, non-commercial and patient-centered.
  2. Linda Sepp - MCS activist in Ottawa


  1. Marie Leblanc - MCS activist in Winnipeg
  2. MCS Friends
  3. MCS International
  4. MCS-Liga Schweiz (Switzerland)
  5. ME/CFS Australia (SA) Inc
  6. ME/FM Society of BC
  7. M.E. Support
  8. My Chemical-Free House
  9. Myalgic Encephalomyelitis Association of Ontario (MEAO)


  1. National CFIDS Foundation
  2. National ME-FM Action Network
  3. New York's Green Cleaning Program: provides information for effective green cleaning practices for both institutions and the general public.
  4. Nova Scotia Environmental Health Clinic - now called: Integrated Chronic Care Service (ICCS)


  1. Ontario Task Force On Environmental Health - Phase 1 Report
  2. Our Little Place


  1. Rest Ministries
  2. Rx List: provides valuable information about prescription drugs, so the patient can make an informed decision regarding taking the drug.


  1. Seriously "Sensitive" to Pollution
  2. Sharing Air
  3. Support Network for the Aldehyde and Solvent Affected


  1. Task Force On Environmental Health - Ontario - Phase 1 Report
  2. The Canadian Coalition for Green Health Care
  3. The Chemical Sensitivity Foundation: raises public awareness about Chemical Sensitivity.
  4. The House Doc
  5. The Young ME Sufferers Trust
  6. The Weather Network: provides local weather information, including wind direction and wind speed, which one needs to know in order to monitor the local air quality.
  7. Think Before You Stink
  8. Toxics Use Reduction Institute


  1. Village 4 Health

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