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14 Published Through July 1998, Alphabetically Sorted by AuthorCompiled by Albert Donnay, MHS
1. Anonymous. 1996. Environmental Illness and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity. J.Occup.Environ.Med. 38:16
2. Bartsch, P. and R. Michotte. 1996. [Environmental diseases, diseases of the 21st century? Multiple chemical hypersensitivity]. [Review] [22 refs] [French]. Rev Med Liege 51:527-533.
3. Finn, R. and T.M. Battcock. 1985. A critical study of clinical ecology. Practitioner 229:883-885.
4. Fung, F.Y. 1991. Multiple chemical sensitivity and environmental toxicology. Allergy Proc 12:81-84.
5. Kay, A.B. 1996. Clinical ecologists [letter; comment]. J R Soc Med 89:238-238.
6. Malo, J. and I. Bernstein. 1993. Other Chemical Substances Causing Occupational Asthma. In Asthma in the Workplace. I. Bernstein, M. Chan-Yeung, J. Malo, and D. Bernstein, editors. Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York. 481-502.
7. Moss, L. 1992. Mental health and the changing workplace environment. In Environmental and Occupational Medicine. W.N. Rom, editor. Little, Brown and Company, Boston, Massachusetts. -667
8. Nethercott, J.R. 1996. Whither multiple chemical sensitivities? [editorial; comment]. Am J Contact Dermat 7:199-201.
9. Newbold, H., W. Philpott, and M. Mandel. 1973. Psychiatric syndromes produced by allergies: ecologic mental illness. Orthomol.Psych. 2:84-?
10. O'Connor, T. 1997. Poisoned careers. Nurs N Z 3:16-17.
11. Rennie, B. 1980. Clinical ecology. Health Visit 53:192-192.
12. Sandler, H. 1993. Multiple chemical sensitivity: Myth or reality? Occupational Hazards 55:53
13. Smith, S.L. 1991. Environmental illness: The personal side of pollution. Occupational Hazards 139-142.
14. Waldron, H.A. 1995. Little arrows [see comments]. Lancet 346:1475-1475.
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