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SAS – The Facts

SAS – The Facts

Without disclosure of the contents of the spray, doctors, including the MAF appointed doctors, cannot really know what they're treating, nor sufferers know what they're reacting to.

A Fact a Day about aerial spraying is circulated to international & national media, national & local politicians and tangata whenua.

The digest of previous weeks - A Fact a Day - can be found at http://www.geocities.com/no_spray

The Weeks Digest: 17th - 21st * No research has been carried out into the long-term effects on human populations from aerial spraying with Foray48B. The existence of adverse short-term health effects is acknowledged by the manufacturer.

* To solve the problem of severe reactions to Foray 48B MAF offers 'evacuation' to some people. Evacuation means one will not be able to be at home, or at school or at work for many days each month.

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