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Background

The Danish Research Centre for Chemical Sensitivities was established in January 2006 on the initiative of the Danish Ministry of the Environment.

It was set up because of the increasing number of complaints from citizens experiencing symptoms when exposed to small amounts of common airborne chemicals, typically from various consumer products.

In 2002, the Danish Environmental Protection Agency published a report on Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS). It highlighted the need for further research, diagnosis and treatment possibilities as well as guidelines on MCS.

In 2004, the then Minister of the Environment proposed setting up a research and information centre and thus established a working group consisting of relevant experts and representatives from patients associations.

The recommendations of the working group formed the basis for negotiations in the Danish national parliament, which, in November 2004, resulted in an agreement about the establishment of the Danish Research Centre for Chemical Sensitivities.

The Danish Research Centre for Chemical Sensitivities | Ledreborg Allé 40, 2 | DK-2820 Gentofte | Phone + 45 39 77 73 04 | Last updated 23.10.12 | Contact web editor
The Research Centre is funded by the Danish Environmental Protection Agency and is a part of the Department of Dermato-Allergology at Copenhagen University Hospital, Gentofte