RE: Cleanup of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill:
"The human toll alone is not worth it!" Dr. John Middaugh, Alaska State Dept of Epidemiology
people are precious... each and every one of them.
Not only were the chemical mixtures strong in 2-butoxyethanol...
there was, per one report, 230 tons of just Inipol EAP 22 applied ...
the water had to be 'soupy' with poison!
Not to mention that workers had more exposure than they should have had each work day...
& inadequate personal protective equipment
... a recipe for human disaster
No wonder Exxon has suppressed as much medical evidence of what happened to these folks as they could.
(188 pages of clinic visits by workers per Anchorage Daily News report)
What happened when Inipol EAP 22 was first used?
Chart of Photo Stories 9-11-03
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Inipol EAP 22 Harmful to Mammals
until it biodegrades
Their doctors need to look for acquired autoimmune hemolytic anemia - It doesn't show up in the regular blood work
Hemolytic Anemia a For Sure? Theory
All most workers want is an accurate diagnosis and an effective treatment...*
How are your red blood cells...? key to checking your health!
Are they rounded, tear-shaped?
Or ragged & 'beat-up?' Should call Hemolytic Anemia - "The Hide-Out Ailment" - It often goes undetected NOTE
After awhile - maybe there are just a lot of baby red blood cells * Get more info Thoroughly check your BLOOD
Life is in the blood! Leviticus 17:11
God Bless The Troops - Please protect them from Corexit!
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What about the Future? How to Forgive Mother's Prayer Answered
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in Honor of the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Workers & this site dedicated to helping them - created June 1, 2003
Give this to your doctor - Answer this Questionnaire - Learn about 2-butoxyethanol