Scott Hamilton - figure skating champion
I'm interested in talking with someone and asking enough questions, so that we can see whether or not their health has been affected by 2-butoxyethanol exposure(s). ... a lay questionnaire that can be shared with a doctor, etc.
These are some questions & a 'picture' I'm gathering for a local man, Jeff
Today I noticed the health of Scott Hamilton which I was unaware of, and which I would suspect a parent to have been exposed to 2-butoxyethanol or similar chemical. I was actually looking for more about Joe Hamilton, Carrie Hamilton's father (& ex-husband of Carol Burnett) There is a thread here on that. These are the interactions from another forum
Joseph Henry Michael "Joe" Hamilton Jr. (I would like to know more about him)
born on 1-6-1929 in Los Angeles, California
expired 6-9-1991 in Brentwood, California age 62 (Cancer; what type?)
In searching for his ... I found ... which also 'fits the profile' if the rest of the pattern is there:
4-time world champion (1981-84);
won gold medal at 1984 Olympics
autoimmune metabolic problem digestion
"An adopted child, Hamilton stopped growing when he was two years old. He was eventually diagnosed as having Swachman-Diamond syndrome, a partial paralysis of the intestinal tract that prevents the body from absorbing nutrients, and a special diet and exercise cured the problem. However, he grew to only 5-foot-2˝ and he weighed only 108 pounds during his peak skating years.
Dec 19, 2005
Did Aristotle Onasis have 'the pattern' of 2-butoxyethanol harm?
He had surgery for gall bladder not long before he died.
Later Jackie Kennedy Onasis dies of NHL cancer - at age 61
Prominent people * (EGBE exposure/s?)
John Kennedy, Jr may still be alive had his mother lived longer.
He was not willing to fly a plane over her objections - as it concerned her so
Aristotle Onasis - came down with a 'flu'
When he was a child, a mysterious illness halted his growth and confined him to hospitals for almost six years. Doctors predicted he would not survive childhood.
when Scott’s adoptive mother died of cancer. At that point, he determined that he would become a world champion and honor his mother for all of her perseverance, strength, and integrity.
As Scott moved forward in his career and life, he married wife Tracie in 2002 and they welcomed a son, Aidan, the following year. It looked like all was going well for Scott, and that life back in his now hometown of Englewood, Colorado was returning to normal. All that changed when Scott began to feel week and noticed that his vision was getting blurry.
The Scott Hamilton Cares Initiative: This site offers information about cancer and cancer resources
Others who have had brain tumors
Restated info 11/23/07
No chemo cancer treatment - in the works' *
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