Post: By the way, Patrick ... Casanova, that is
Posted by the other Pat on 5/04/05
By the way Patrick, I found that mainstream
medical science has even documented a medical
condition known as:
IgE-mediated Ethanolamine Sensitivity.
Its discovery began when a little girl
walked past an area where fresh roofing tar
was being prepared. The discovery resulted
in the discovery that such a sensitive person
must avoid being around clothing washed in
a certain "soil and stain" remover.
That discovery go back to 1983; 22 years ago.
Therefore, the advocation on Avoidance as a
necessity for the chemically sensitive goes
In fact, Phthalic Anhydride Hypersensitivity
and the indentification of the specific
IgE involved in its mechanism, dates back to 1975.
Therefore, a lot of information has been
withheld from readily accessible sight for
decades which could have prevented a lot
defamatory presumptions, let us politely say.
While I'm here . . .
Perhaps you have encounter post-9/11
literature stating that the title,
"World Trade Center Syndrome"
was nothing more than junk science?
Well, it turns out that the cleanup crew
members who developed respiratory ills
actually were "trapping air."
The was detected via "end-expiratory
high resolution CT scans." Thus, the
"objective medical findings" support
a diagnosis of Small Airways Disease.
So, World Trade Center Syndrome turns
out to not be junk science.
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