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South Australian Parliamentary Inquiry into MCS

Sunday 4 July 2010

Inquiry into Multiple Chemical SensitivityPeter Evans, convenor of the South Australian Task Force on MCS, tells us:

The South Australian Parliament's report into MCS from 2005 has been removed from the State Government website and is no longer available on the Internet. There is an archival reference to it the National Library in Canberra but you need to apply (and possibly pay) to get a copy.

It's one of the few official documents on MCS in Australia and deserves to be publicly available. The latest Australian Chemical Trauma Alliance newsletter had an article about the recommendations and many other people refer to the report.

This is not the first time it has disappeared from Parliament's website. I'm hoping the Society can provide a permanent link on its website.

We sure can:


Inquiry into Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: Twenty Second Report of the Social Development Committee (PDF, 1.97MB)


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