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SPECT Scan of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) Patient Brain

SPECT Scan of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) Patient Brain
Hi everyone, my name is Jason and I am a multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) sufferer. Like anyone who has MCS I have had a hard time convincing anyone (friends, family, doctors) that I am actually sick. Recently I managed to get a SPECT scan of my brain carried out which has given me visible proof that I am actually sick. I thought many of you here would be interested to see the scans so wanted to post this blog.  Just so you understand the scan more clearly- it is the scan and function of 'my' brain overlapping the 'Normal' healthy functioning image of an adult brain.  I try to point out the graphing system used on the side with my finger.  If my scan was functioning within the normal range there wouldn't be any color deviation away from the color 'gray'.  Where it is gray colored is where my brain's functioning (cerebral blood flow) is...
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  • javan999
    javan999 says #
    Hello- this is 'my' scan posted online. For ONLY those seeking more information, you may contact me, otherwise, NO commercial con
  • adminv15
    adminv15 says #
    This blog has been written about SPECT Scan of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) Patient Brain. The guidelines you shared here a
  • 3clicks
    3clicks says #
    Has anyone heard of any specialist doing the SPECT scans in Canada? I am very interested in this test, also saw Dr. Amen speak o