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The financial means from the Danish Ministry of the Environment/Environmental Protection Agency to the Research Center will teminate by the end of 2013.

The protocol for the study on the effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields in MCS patients is now available.

In a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial the Danish Research Centre for Chemical Sensitivities tests the effects of pulsed electromagnetic fields in MCS patients using Re5 Independent System.
The Danish Research Centre for Chemical Sensitivities has initiated a collaboration with Umeå University, Sweden and the Technical University of Denmark.

Two international experts have performed an evaluation of the Danish Research Centre for Chemical Sensitivities.  
Five new publications from the Research Centre has been published in 2012.
In July 2012 a new classification code for MCS was published in the Danish healthcare classification system.
Multiple chemical sensitivity is often seen as being unexplainable from a medical point of view, but Danish scientists are trying to solve its mysteries and are now directing their efforts towards the central nervous system.
A new Italian study showing a high prevalence of cytokines, some of the body's transmitter substances, in individuals with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) has led to immunological studies at the Danish Research Centre.
Does mindfulness reduce people’s sensitivity to chemicals? A new scientific study will look into the effects of mindfulness on people with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS).
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