Resources and Support for Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, Environmental Illness, and Chemical Injuries in Canada

picture of nature scene in memoriam of Domenic Troiano Peggy Julia and Joseph

Domenic Troiano
1932 - 1999

After years of watching Domenic struggle with the senseless pain & suffering caused from what could have and should have been avoided, tragically & unnecessarily, Domenic's life was prematurely ended.

On January 3rd, 1999, I lost my soul mate, the love of my life and the father to my children. We will always mourn the loss of his life, his presence, his laughter, his singing and his hugs. Our children and I also miss the person that I was before those toxic exposures completely devastated our lives.

Our Foundation, The MCS Beacon of Hope is in loving memory of Domenic and of our love affair with the ocean. The lighthouse beacon signifies the way out of despair, shining hope for those living with Toxic Injury (MCS), and to let them know someone cares and is working to bring hope, help and solutions back into their lives.

The family of Domenic Troiano - Peggy, Julia and Joseph

Please consider adding your signature to The MCS Beacon of Hope Petition to the President of the United States requesting the proclamation of the month of May as National MCS Awareness and Education Month. By adding your name to this petition, the collective total will be an impressive show of strength, power, and clout and represent the voices of each and everyone affected by MCS.

Please sign on in support at National MCS Awareness & Education Proclamation and Petition to United States Citizens. Thank you.





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