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Canaries in the mine on hypersensitivity

I read with compassion and understanding, the article about Don Kaput’s struggle with electrical hypersensitivity. I’ve walked a similar path for over six years after a chemical injury left me with both multiple chemical sensitivity and electrical hypersensitivity, often occurring together. And for someone who has worked in the traditional medical field for over 25 years in a respected position, dealing with the doubts and suspicions aimed at one by those one has worked with for years, has been very tough.

Bizarre? You bet! Especially when you’re the one experiencing this while the rest of society seems to be blind to the effects of technology and synthetics on our physical bodies. My contention is that someday the medical professionals and others who now scoff will find that many of our present day diseases and conditions have their basis in the synthetic world we have immersed ourselves in.

Don and I, and others like us throughout the world, are only the canaries in the mine…. May we all become more aware before it’s too late for ourselves and our planet.



Tonya Kraft

Grass Valley


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