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.
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: appel-de-paris.com