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sacfs@sacfs.asn.au

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PO Box 28,
Hindmarsh,
South Australia 5007

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Hackney, SA, 5069


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MCS Inquiry

February 8, 2006

Parliament SA1. The Inquiry

An Inquiry into Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) was written by Parliament of South Australia’s Social Development Committee and tabled in parliament in July 2005:

The Inquiry (PDF, 21.9MB)

Executive Summary and Recommendations (PDF, 38KB)

 

2. The Government’s response

The Government’s response to the Social Development Committee Inquiry into MCS was written mainly by officers in the Department of Health and tabled in parliament in November 2005:

Government Response to the Inquiry (PDF, 35KB)

 

3. The Community Rebuttal

The Community Rebuttal to the Response to the Social Development Committee Inquiry into MCS was authored by Peter Evans on behalf of the SA Task Force on MCS and has been endorsed by Peter Cahalan on behalf of the ME/CFS Society. It was written in February 2006:

Community Rebuttal to the Response (PDF, 88KB)

 

4. Speech by Duncan McFetridge MP

Dr Duncan McFetridge MP made a speech in parliament on MCS recognition. It’s reprinted here from Hansard:

Speech by Dr Duncan McFetridge MP (PDF, 27KB)

We thank Dr McFetridge for his support.

 


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