Douglas N. Peters
most probable cause of Emily Woodruff''s death
was acute autoimmune hemolytic anemia (red blood cells die off
prematurely from autoimmune action) from exposure to one of the
glycol ethers. Being TIRED would be a strong clue. Exposure would
have happened IMMEDIATELY preceding the start of flu symptoms.
Fever, nausea, any organ swelling and having BLOOD in URINE are
signs. Doctors don't recognize this & blame flu symptoms on a virus.
Why I looked into the harm of glycol ether exposure:
|8/23/2010 "Veteran 'CBS News' reporter
Harold Dow died suddenly this week at the age of 62. His
untimely death was compounded by the confusion surrounding what
caused it. That mystery has now ended, as it has been revealed in a
statement from his family that Dow died from an asthma attack while
behind the wheel"
"Initial reports were unclear regarding whether Dow was at home when he died. CBS is reporting that an inhaler was found on the floor of Dow's car. Dow's family claims that the reporter suffered from serious asthma symptoms in the weeks before his death. The symptoms were so severe that he checked himself into a New Jersey hospital for treatment."
"Harold Dow's cause of death has not been made official by an autopsy or coroner's report, so it may be difficult to come to any conclusions until that time. Dow was not only a prominent black journalist, but he was also one of the most respected journalists in America. His career with CBS spanned 40 years, and he was known for being front and center on many of the most important stories in American history. May he rest in peace."
|Shortness of breath is
also a sign of AIHA (hemolytic anemia) that exposure to glycol ether
such as 2-butoxyethanol would cause.
Did Harold Dow go to the gulf of Mexico when this chemical was strong in dispersants used there? Did he have flu symptoms from that time?
Child, Kylie Dawn Mcpeak, is very ill from age 4 to the present: age 6
responsible for 'flu symptoms' NOT a virus. http://www.valdezlink.com/re/military/petraeusetal.htm