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MCS International TV launches at The Environmental Illness Resource

 

 

 

Visitors to The Environmental Illness Resource are now able to benefit from the MCS International TV service.

MCS International the website and advocacy/support group for people suffering from multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS), chemical injury, and related illnesses such as ME/CFS and fibromyalgia last month launched its own internet TV station and video on demand service to mark their 3rd anniversary.

Gordon McHendry, founder of MCS International and MCS sufferer himself, created the station to provide one service where people can watch hundreds of videos on subjects including Multiple Chemical Sensitivity and Chemical Injury, Detoxing, Overlapping Inness's (like ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, GWS, Fibromyalgia, Morgellons Disease), and Alternative Health issues.

In the spirt of unity and shared effort that Gordon has shown in all his work at MCS International he has used a system for MCS International TV that allows the player to be embedded in any website that wishes to display it. The Environmental Illness Resource is proud to participate in Gordon's vision and happy to announce that MCS International TV is available from the TV/Video link in the menu at the top of every page on the site.

Other websites currently showing or planning to show MCS International TV include The 25% ME Group, a support group for those severely disabled by ME/CFS, and Planet Thrive, a community website for people recovering from environmentally based illness.

The TV station currently broadcasts a handful of videos on rotation every day of the week, around the clock. By clicking the 'On Demand' button viewers also have access to an archive of videos currently totaling around 400 which they can choose to watch at any time. The number of videos played by the TV station and available on demand are both set to grow. Gordon also hopes to make live broadcasts on MCS International TV in the future.

To watch MCS International TV now go to TV/Video

For more information visit the MCS International website.


 

 

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