Archives: 2006 March

Welcome to my Office . . . uh, how thick is your chart?

March 22nd, 2006, No Comments

To the Editor, Mr. Salgo’s discussion left out one disasterous consequence of the ‘drive through’ doctor’s office. The patient who is sick with complex or uncommon conditions will be ostracized and forced to ‘hop’ from doctor to doctor. Professionals are mostly unwilling to undertake (no pun intended), the financial penalties of taking a patient with […]

Sense and Sensitivities

March 19th, 2006, No Comments

To the Editor, The article on Multiple Chemical Sensitivity noted how individuals are often affected adversely by chemicals, yet rarely know the single exposure that pushed them over the edge into an overtly reactive state. We do know that approximately 12 to 16 percent of the population considers themselves to react poorly to chemicals while […]

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month

March 4th, 2006, No Comments

To Whom It May Concern: I recently came across your wonderful website and the valuable work you are doing. However, I suffered brain damage in 1999 as a result of exposure to neurotoxic pesticides and it took me a long time to realize what had happened and to obtain appropriate diagnostic testing. This is because […]

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