When I see the obituaries of the Anchorage Daily News, I wonder whether a man in his 30s-60s just died of the leukemia or whether he might also have hemolytic anemia in addition? You see, those who worked on the Exxon Valdez Oil spill cleanup ... & didn't think they had any contact with the experimental Exxon owned Inipol EAP 22 and Corexit... actually may have. The chemicals were strong & seemed to leak ... putting heavy equipment operators, skimmers, etc at risk too. The chemicals' most damaging component is 2-butoxyethanol. It causes damage to central nervous system; it defats the skin; and it causes damaged red blood cells: hemolytic anemia. When & if other maladies show up, it is in addition to these, not instead of. EPA made a mistake to approve these products; and because they have been approved for use then, they are still in use, damaging the mammals of our oceans, and our most valuable resource... our people.
We probably have ten times the deaths from the group of 10,000 workers of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill cleanup than we do from both Gulf Wars combined. And whose paying any attention? Will we learn nothing? Find out what the blood can tell you about your health. Contact the Project. And since the symptoms of Gulf War Syndrome are the same as 2-butoxyethanol poisoning, the vets should check their blood, too.
'Mother Margaret' PO Box 233, Valdez, AK 99686 1-888-853-5333
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