Organizations, Sites, etc.
Chemical Injury Information Network http://ciin.org/ (They publish Our Toxic Times.)
Chemical Sensitivity Foundation http://www.chemicalsensitivityfoundation.org/
Seriously “Sensitive” to Pollution https://seriouslysensitivetopollution.org
James Madison University MCS Research Team http://www.mcsresearch.net
The Mast Cell Disease Society https://tmsforacure.org
International Scientific Declaration on EHS & MCS, Brussels, 2015. Following the 5th Paris Appeal Congress that took place on May 18, 2015, at the Royal Academy of Medicine, Brussels, Belgium. http://www.avaate.org/IMG/pdf/statement_en_definitif.pdf
Environmental Illness Resource http://www.ei-resource.org/
Environmental Health Network http://www.ehnca.org
Multiple Chemical Sensitivity http://www.multiplechemicalsensitivity.org/index.php
MCS International http://www.mcs-international.org/index.html
Australian Chemical Trauma Alliance http://members.ozemail.com.au/~actall/MCS%20page4.htm
Environmental Health Trust http://ehtrust.org/
Invisible Disabilities Association Why Go Fragrance Free? http://invisibledisabilities.org/educate/chemicalsensitivities/whygofragrancefree/
As Mast Cell Activation Syndrome is often the cause of MCS, these websites explain MCAS:
Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: A Survival Guide 2nd Ed. by Pamela Reed Gibson PhD (http://www.earthrivebooks.com/excerpts.html has free excerpts) This is often considered the best book.
Living Well With Multiple Chemical Sensitivity by Lisa Bradford is my “go to” book for solving problems.
Never Bet Against Occam: Mast Cell Activation Disease and the Modern Epidemics of Chronic Illness and Medical Complexity by Lawrence B. Afrin, M.D.
Chemical Sensitivity by Sherry A Rogers MD
Defining Multiple Chemical Sensitivity by Bonnye L Matthews
Living with Environmental Illness – a Practical Guide to Multiple Chemical Sensitivity by Stephan Edelson and Jan Berliner Statman
Tired or Toxic? By Sherry A Rogers MD
Understanding Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: Causes, Effects, Personal Experiences and Resources by Els Valkenburg
Strategies for Surviving Chemical Sensitivity, the Basics by Dr. Robert S. Mayer
Killing Us Softly by Dr Mark Donohoe (downloadable pdf) https://safecanarynest.files.wordpress.com/2015/05/163e6-killingussoftly1-3.pdf
Staying Well in a Toxic World: Understanding Environmental Illness, Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, Chemical Injuries, and Sick Building Syndrome by Lynn Lawson
Chemical Exposures: Low Levels and High Stakes by Nicholas A. Ashford, PhD, JD, and Claudia Miller, MD John Wiley, 2nd edition
Other books and movies available at Chemical Sensitivity Foundation http://www.chemicalsensitivityfoundation.org/