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TOPIC: The 2015 MCS Consensus Criteria: A Kindness Trip

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The 2015 MCS Consensus Criteria: A Kindness Trip
AKA The 2015 MCS Consensus Criteria: Reduced Suffering
AKA The 2015 MCS Consensus Criteria: Saving lives
AKA The 2015 MCS Consensus Criteria: Preventing Extinction

MCS 3 Definition and Consensus Criteria
MCS 3a Criteria Amendment Research (CAR)
MCS 3a AKA Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: 2015 Consensus Criteria
MCS 3aa Etiology: Consensus Author CAR Test (SPC)
MCS 3b CAR References

The 2015 MCS Consensus Criteria is a kindness trip - while not changing the diagnostic criteria - putting in the journal record improved language - contributing impetus for environmental improvement - reducing suffering, saving lives, and preventing extinction.

The purpose of the 2015 MCS Consensus Criteria is to provide better health and environmental information - not only for doctors and patients - but also giving consumers, manufacturers, and retailers better demand, investment, and supply wisdom - resulting in a cleaner lifestyle - including zero emission vehicles and the infrastructure to support them.

The MCS Consensus Criteria is supported by the most advanced bibliography in the history of environmental disease.

Not long ago "everyone smoked everywhere" - hospital, libraries, the grocery store, filter cigarettes, low tar, PM 2.5, UFPM (ultrafine particulate matter less than .1 micron), particulate vector - a thousand chemicals, infections, COPD, cancer, and heart disease.

But now similarly - catalytic converter, mythical good and moderate ambient air quality categories, gasoline, diesel, propane, woodsmoke, PM 2.5, UFPM, catalytic converter creation of sulfate and other compounds, particulate vector - a thousand adsorbed chemicals and metals, MCS, Alzheimers, Parkinson's, autism, COPD, cancer, heart disease, airway defects, activation of exposed airway nerve receptors with inflammatory release, suppression of xenobiotic metabolizing and antioxidant enzyme activity, increased bone marrow leukocytic production - including band cells and monocytes, increase of atherogenic acute phase proteins from the liver, penetration of UFPM via exposed trigeminal and olfactory neural routes to the CNS and by delivery in red blood cells to the BBB (blood-brain barrier), olfactory dysfunction - common to MCS, Alzheimers, and Parkinson's, limbic system dysfunction, SPECT hypoactivity, central sensitization, beta amyloid and alpha synuclein filamentous protein accumulation, microgliosis - CNS phagocytic engulfment of particles with oxidative burst, and CNS neuron loss.

To correct this situation is helping people no matter their challenge - energizing talent, creativity, and entrepreneurial spirit - and begins with a strong consensus of concerned individuals - experienced and educated on this topic - that a serious problem exists.

For those not professionally qualified - the CAR Test (3aa) is a can't fail study course - upon completion and confirmation of identity - anyone can be a Consensus Author of the 2015 MCS Consensus Criteria - supported by the most advanced bibliography in the history of MCS - material subject to hundreds of hours evaluation and distillation into the seminal article 3a.

The 1999 MCS Consensus Criteria language would have us believe:
MCS exists as an unexplained syndrome physiological or psychological
Vehicle emissions are low
And the air is clean enough

The 2015 MCS Consensus Criteria (paraphrased):
MCS exists as physiological disease in response to a toxic environment
Vehicle emissions are toxic
The air is not clean enough

Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: 2015 Consensus Criteria
1) The condition is chronic
2) Levels of exposure to which most do not attribute symptoms result in precipitation of symptomatology
3) Symptoms may improve when incitants are removed - however exposure to the Ambient Combustion Aerosol (ACA) supporting the disease process is continuous
4) Responses occur to multiple chemicals - usually those having greater acidic, electrophilic, oxidizing, or solvent properties [toxicity] increased further if instilled by particulate vector as in the ACA
5) Symptoms involve multiple organ systems

The 1999 Consensus: 1) symptoms are reproducible with repeated exposure 2) the condition is chronic 3) low levels of exposure [lower than previously or commonly tolerated] result in manifestations of the syndrome 4) symptoms improve or resolve when the incitants are removed 5) responses occur to multiple chemically unrelated substances 6) symptoms involve multiple organ systems

MCS 3 Definition and Consensus Criteria
MCS 3a Criteria Amendment Research (CAR)
MCS 3a AKA Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: 2015 Consensus Criteria
MCS 3aa Etiology: Consensus Author CAR Test (SPC)
MCS 3b CAR References
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