more than 2 years of intensively studying this chemical and talking to
everyone I could find that was exposed ... or possibly exposed to it ...
and piecing together the info ... The
story of the elders of the village of Chenega is a very sad story
Thanks for trying, Gail Evanoff
And these workers and the LA Times said and the Anchorage Daily News said
I just realized a couple of weeks ago that when they said 2-butoxyethanol caused hemolytic anemia ... IT REALLY DOES and this is the identifying marker of this chemical's harm. What happened to the red blood cells? Too many will be immature, and then other tests don't read right. This is most likely acquired autoimmune hemolytic anemia
Blood in urine is a lot at first & diminishes over time ... but still there
This is the fatigue the doctors haven't found in CFIDS, 'gulf war syndrome'
SOME Dr Info
It is the one thing that all gulf war vets harmed by this chemical will have in common ... regardless of the other odd symptoms that 'pile on top of it'
Everything under the sun - that's an expression
I don't have the privilege of comparing patients. I've mostly worked with a group that has no idea what's wrong with them; no one is studying them ... And sometimes, they say, maybe they don't want to know what's wrong with them. Maybe they've been out of work, and don't have money to pay for a medical exam?
but if they had, such as they did in spending millions on the 'gulf war syndrome' vets ... still they don't know the fatigue, nor want to believe that a common cleaning degreaser chemical caused them all this health damage www.valdezlink.com/same.htm It is an exposure for the 'gulf war' troops of 1990-1991 and all by itself it causes all of the symptoms of 'gulf war syndrome' and do you know what? It has not been studied at all!
If the doctors look at the red blood cell info, regardless of what the hematology overview says, they will find the fatigue
Here's a little 'movie' of EVOS... by the piano dude
"You never know I will most likely end up reading it just
... or want to be better informed before coming to a conclusion?