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Woman Forced To Leave Home Because of Chemical Sensitivity Disorder

Thursday 3 November 2016


From Canada's CTV News:


Marie LeBlanc
Marie LeBlanc wears protective clothing while collecting
items from her apartment in Winnipeg on Nov. 1, 2016.

Woman forced to leave home because of chemical sensitivity disorder

By Staff
Tuesday, November 1, 2016
© 2016 Bell Media. All rights reserved.

Exposure to even the tiniest amount of perfume, hairspray or pesticide floating in the air can make Marie LeBlanc sick. The Winnipeg photographer lives with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity, a little-known but chronic condition affecting about three per cent of Canadians.

MCS sufferers can experience symptoms including burning eyes, headaches and skin rashes.

“You go into a building and everything is bothering you: the lights, the fumes -- everything,” she said in an interview with CTV Winnipeg.


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