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

William J. Meggs, M.D., Ph.D.

"Chronic Diseases Induced by Toxins" William J. Meggs, M.D., PhD. Abstract 1997.

Allergy And Chemical Sensitivity William J. Meggs. Abstract 1995.

Environmental Triggers Of Mast Cell Related Diseases William J. Meggs, M.D., Ph.D. Abstract 1987.

Epidemiology Of Chemical Sensitivity William J. Meggs. Abstract 1995.

Electric Fields Inside of Cells: Determinants of Structure William J. Meggs, MD, PhD. Abstract 1991.

Hypothesis for Induction and Propagation of Chemical Sensitivity Based on Biopsy Studies William J. Meggs, Rebecca Bascom, William Rea, Kaye Killburn.

Intracellular Electric Fields: Production and Function William J. Meggs, M.D., PhD Abstract 1997.

Letter to the Editor Sensitive Reactions Reason magazine. October 1996.

Multiple Chemical Sensitivities - Chemical Sensitivity as a Symptom of Airway Inflammation Abstract, Clinical Toxicology, 33(2),107-110 (1995).

Neurogenic Switching: Shifting The Site Of Inflammation William J. Meggs. Abstract 1995.

Neurogenic Inflammation and Chemical Irritant Receptors William J. Meggs. Abstract 1993.

Neurogenic Inflammation and Sensitivity to Environmental Chemicals Environmental Health Perspectives, Volume 101, Number 3, August 1993.

Neurogenic Inflammation: With Additional Discussion of Central and Perceptual Integration of Nonneurogenic Inflammation Environmental Health Perspectives Volume 105 Supplement 2 March 1997.

Neurogenic Switching: A Hypothesis for a Mechanism for Shifting the Site of Inflammation in Allergy and Chemical Sensitivity Environmental Health Perspectives Volume 103, Number 1, January 1995.

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