International Scientific Declaration on
Brussels 2015

International Scientific Declaration on Electrohypersensitivity and Multiple
Chemical Sensitivity
The WHO is invited by scientists to recognize Electrohypersensitivity (EHS) and Multiple
Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) as genuine pathological entities including them in the
International Classification of Diseases

Paris, September 4th 2015,
Following the fifth Paris Appeal congress, which took place on the 18th of May, 2015, the
attending European, American and Canadian scientists unanimously decided to create a
working group and to write a Common International Declaration to request an official
recognition of these new diseases and of their sanitary consequences worldwide.
The declaration calls upon national and international bodies and institutions and particularly
the WHO, for taking urgently their responsibility for recognizing electrohypersensitivity
and multiple chemical sensitivity as real diseases, including them in the International
Classification of Diseases.
This International Declaration also asks national and international institutions to adopt simple
precautionary measures of prevention, to inform populations and requires the appointment
of real independent expert groups to evaluate these sanitary risks in total scientific
objectivity, which is not the case today.
2015 Brussels International Scientific Declaration:
For the Scientific Committee of the
Paris Appeal Fifth Congress:
Pr. David Carpenter, MD (USA)
Pr. Lennart Hardell, MD, Ph.D (Sweden)
Pr. Dominique Belpomme, MD, MS (France)
Sarra Selatnia
Research & Communication

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