... in response to Perfume Allergy
  1. Maryanne O'neill Maryanne O'neill Australia says:

    I have the same issue. " Avoidance" is really old school. It doesn't apply to us who cannot simply avoid other people who wear ridiculous amounts of perfume which can hospitalize someone so quickly. The right to breathe is just plain difficult and I believe workplace laws need to change to accommodate not only persons who are intolerant to perfumes but for the people that will develop it as well as the general population. I believe " perfume/ fragrance" is the New silent killer that tobacco had on lung health many decades ago. Just trying to breathe each day .

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