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South Australian Task Force on Multiple Chemical Sensitivity
Responding To The Public Health Crisis Of Chemical Injury
PO Box 3308, Port Adelaide, 5015
Phone: (08) 8240 5084
E-mail: satfmcs@optusnet.com.au

Public meeting and MCS workshop

Saturday September 4, 2004

1pm to 5pm

Ellangowan Centre
80 Payneham Rd, Stepney
(at rear of Church of Holy Name)

A public event in response to the parliamentary inquiry into multiple chemical sensitivity.

Program

1:00pm: 

Welcome and introductions
 

 

Speakers and questions

 

Mr Peter Evans, SA Task Force on MCS:
MCS Parliamentary Inquiry

Mr John Steele, disability discrimination lawyer:
Legal aspects of MCS

Dr Peter Cahalan, President, ME/CFS Society:
Update on ME/CFS Society activities

   

2:00pm: 

Tea break

   

2:20pm: 

MCS workshop

 

This workshop will seek input and recommendations from the public and ME/CFS Society members on what they think are the most important aspects of MCS to be understood by the parliamentary inquiry into MCS.

   

3:30pm: 

Summary

 

This is a smoke- and fragrance-free event
Please avoid wearing strong perfumes, deodorants or the aroma of cigarette smoke.

 

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