The photographer Thilde Jensen examines people with chemical sensitivity. Since World War II, the production and use of synthetic chemicals have exploded. Some Americans have developed a disabling condition called Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (M.C.S.). People with this condition have extreme reactions when exposed to small amounts of commonplace chemicals like those found in perfume, cleaning products, car exhaust, construction materials, pesticides and even printed matter like magazines and books.
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