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The SANCTUARY Goes Live

Issue 8 - 31st of May 2008

Welcome to Issue 8 of our Newsflash Newsletter. I am delighted to be able to finally announce that the MCS International group of holistic forums - collectively called The Sanctuary - will open its doors to the public for the first time at noon on the 31st of May (GMT). If you or someone you know has Multiple Chemical Sensitivity ( MCS ), some other form of Chemical Injury ( CI ), or Environmental Illness ( EI ), then this exciting new holistic forums project has much to offer you. Ever wanted to vote on the fate of Professor Simon Wessely? Come and do it here!

The Sanctuary - MCS-Internation.Org's Suite of Holistic Support Forums


The SANCTUARY is already brimming with a 100 videos from MCS International's huge (and growing) Video Vault, and dozens of excellent PDF files from its Downloads pages - all available directly from within the forums own "Data Banks". There is also a long and varied list of crucial topics awaiting your participation there including some fun stuff too. And, for MCS International's Registered Supporters - who have confirmed that they are 18 years of age or older - there is also a private and secure "Adult Issues Forum" forming (including the "Two's Company Lounge" for chemical-free flirting). Our main forum however, is called "A Breath of Fresh Air" and that, with its Integral balance of essential chemical-injury concerns, is exactly what it is. Don't take my word for it. Check it out for yourself. Give us a visit, register, log-in! And help us make something new, exciting, and wonderful happen there: The Sanctuary.

Towards a toxic-chemical free future

Gordon D McHendry
Founder & Campaign Coordinator
www.mcs-international.org

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