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Wishing you a safe and fume free flight.
Putting one step in front of the other is all that is required to make progress on a chosen path.
Which mountain is there to climb?
What mountain do we need to climb?
What does the mountain range look like in between?
Where is the action needed the most?
What needs to be done?
What strength does each person require?
Everybody has come a long way, and many, after their much loved flying careers came to an abrupt end due to ill-health creeping in on them over several years. Verdict: unfit-to-fly, which means for pilots: loss of license. For all of us, cabin and cockpit it means: loss of a profession we loved. 'Medical retirement' they called it. What wasn’t said was: due to contaminated cabin air in their work environment. Poisoned with highly neurotoxic chemicals.
Over the years since, we have researched and studied and piled up evidence and lists of help seekers. We have gathered information and knowledge concerning ‚Aerotoxic Syndrome’ , the neurological injuries after having been poisoned; some of us may not be academics in the traditional sense or even decorated scholars, but experts in our own right by experimentation and observation in the old sense of the word ‚scientist’:
„A person who is studying or has expert knowledge of one or more of the natural or physical sciences.“
We have gathered insight in to the vast area that is called 'Aerotoxic Syndrome' and with this intend to continue to help affected people, to educate the public and aviators about how and by what their health has been damaged and how to help themselves.
Each one has chosen their journey to fit in with what we feel strongly about, while accepting the valleys and peaks that make the going sometimes tedious.
We have joined forces and share our experience, wisdom and knowledge in a compact and easy to understand way to help bring this disastrous situation to its final conclusion.