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A common approach for hostile School Districts is to seek a "no medical condition" report from an MD. For example getting a conventional traditional allergist (who do not believe in Chemical Sensitivity) to report no evidence of chemical sensitivity. The best solution is to require a "Statement of Relevant Experience" from the physician before signing a medical release. If there is no relevant experience, than a refusal for this specific MD becomes justified.

An alternative approach is to require a statement of relevant experience as part of the medical release. The medical release should not be open added (allowing the district to share this information with anyone they pick) but should give the names of the only people allowed to receive and discuss this information (usually limit to 2 people). You are not required to sign the release that they present -- you may substitute your own form.

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