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I've added this section in January 2004 because of a need to document notes on the allergies and environmental illness aspect of this illness.

Approximately 30% of people with allergic reaction have a coagulation activation as part of the response.  Thus the response to a stimulus may be allergic or coagulation or both, This implies that there is a percentage of people who will have coagulation activation without any apparent allergic reaction. I believe that most of these people are eventually described as having environmental illness -- that is, feel sick without any apparent signs of an classic allergy.

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