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I'm a writer with a major magazine looking to do a feature on MCS. I think a piece like this could really do a lot to raise the profile of MCS and help people understand that, not only is it a serious issue, but it is only going to get more serious as noxious chemicals become increasingly widespread. (I think the "canary in the coal mine" argument, in other words, is pretty compelling.)
Currently, my sense is that the general public just can't imagine what it's like to live in a world that feels so fundamentally hostile. My hope is to capture something of this feeling by writing a sympathetic profile of someone with MCS in the process of trying to find a new place to live. I'm picturing a kind of road trip story that chronicles one MCS sufferer's journey out of a hostile environment and into one they can tolerate. (Arizona? New Mexico?) A story of this depth would provide the opportunity to really take seriously how disruptive and alienating MCS can be.
I would greatly appreciate any referrals or suggestions!
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