Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: A Life Altering Condition
Produced and Directed by Alison Johnson
Note from Alison Johnson:
“Since 1998, I have made three long documentaries and three short ones. During this fifteen-year period, I have gained a much deeper understanding of multiple chemical sensitivity and its great impact upon so many lives. This new composite film contains the best and most effective sections of my six earlier films. I have chosen carefully which experts and patients to use from my earlier films so that this new film will be an effective way of helping people to understand multiple chemical sensitivity. The film contains footage of interviews with four members of Congress as well as with many important physicians.”
More info and a list of physicians appearing in the film:
Much gratitude to Alison Johnson for all of her work over the years.
Posted in Environmental Health, Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, Public Health, Toxic Trespass
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Enlightening (in a relative way)…
Before watching, it might be helpful to get really grounded and plan how you will deal with the emotions that come up.
These interviews and the roundtable discussion were filmed in Sante Fe, New Mexico in 1995. Parts of this piece are in the full documentary, Homesick: Living With Multiple Chemical Sensitivities.
Also check out MCS Under Siege by Ann McCampbell, MD
Learn more about the film Homesick at: http://www.homesick-video.com
Posted in Environmental Health, Human Rights, MCS/ES, Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, Pesticides
Tagged Chemical Injury, child health, GWS, MCS, MCS housing, New Mexico, Sante Fe, video