Barb Wilkie's EHN Website
Last updated 2008

EHN Board President Barb Wilkie was very ill from chemically-induced kidney disease for several years. She passed away May 31, 2011. EHN presents this site both as a tribute and as valuable information. Many links and references will be out of date but Barb's research holds up over time. We will be transferring the site page by page, with updated details, to EHN's main site. If you would like to reach an EHN staff person, please contact us directly.


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Please note: This page has changed slightly in an attempt to make it easier for you to use.
We deliberately keep it "fancy-free" so our EI/MCS community members can use our web site.



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EHN is staffed by volunteers who are living with Environmental Illness/Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.

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As with all organizations, EHN depends upon your contributions of
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Update on The New Reactor

EHN is not mandated to provide a newsletter. EHN does provide a website:

Alas, due to our database manager's super sensitization following surgery several years ago, we have not been able to get out any issues of our newsletter, The New Reactor. We are working to find a solution to the database problem . . . and then all we need is for me -- or more likely, for others -- to be able to keep functioning sufficiently to churn out the newsletter. We now have to consider the fact that we've lost several years and just start up again as best we can, when we find a database manager.

We do use your contributions to further our educational activities, so please continue your wonderful support in however many dollars you can afford. The documents we provide the public free of charge at tabling events, do cost us money for reproducing even though we donate our time and energy in creating them. We are working for you -- and have made some great gains! -- even if we don't have a newsletter at this time. We also continue our role of advocacy, making journeys from time to time to the state capital to carry the word in person.

In the meantime, please peruse EHN's site. It is eclectic, and extensive, but not exhaustive. You can find enough solid information here to help you build your case for access and accommodation. You may wish to start with EHN's page on access, Take Heart! (
-- barb, 2003, 2004, 2005





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The Environmental Health Network (EHN) [of California] is a 501 (c) (3) non profit agency and offers support and information for the chemically injured. Learn from the work of Julia Kendall, get The BEST of the Reactor, join EHN and receive The New Reactor. See what influence the Chemical Manufacturers have had against those of us with EI. The URL for this page is