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Multiple Chemical Sensitivities: A Workshop Workshop to Develop Research Protocols for Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Contributors Nicholas A. Ashford Massachusetts Institute of Technology Iris R. Bell Department of Psychiatry, University of Arizona Robert Burrell School of Medicine, West Virginia University Joel B. Buffer Clinical and Behavior Psychology, Dallas Devra Lee Davis National Academy of Sciences Roy L. DeHart University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Ervin J. Fenyves University of Texas at Dallas Nancy Fiedler Department of Environmental and Community Medicine, UMDNJ Bertie Griffiths Environmental Health Center, Dallas Gunnar Heuser School of Medicine, UCLA
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Multiple Chemical Sensitivities: A Workshop S. Heuser Director, Environmental Medical Research and Information Center, Los Angeles Alfred R. Johnson Environmental Health Center, Dallas Howard Kipen Department of Environmental and Community Medicine, UMDNJ John Laseter AccuChem Laboratories, Richardson, Texas Michael Lebowitz College of Medicine, University of Arizona Claudia S. Miller The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio William J. Meggs Department of Medicine, East Carolina University William J. Rea Environmental Health Center, Dallas Gerald H. Ross Environmental Health Center, Dallas Jonathan Samet University of New Mexico Laura S. Welch School of Medicine, George Washington University A. Wojdani Director Immunosciences Laboratory, Los Angeles
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