in Iraq turns yellow - HB of 4
28, 2005 I met a woman in Valdez
whose husband was diagnosed in Iraq
Emergency Room with autoimmune
hemolytic anemia. She mentioned his
hemoglobin was 4 and he had turned
yellow, and he was just out running.
He worked as a civilian support to
I'd like to know what he was
downwind of, if his eyes were
burning and hurting and did he have
diahrrea/vomiting with it? Where
was he then?
She says his hematologist has about
10 people with this situation (I
presume in Anchorage?) She said his
blood sugar was some elevated, but
not horrible and that didn't seem to
concern the doctor. Horrible
headaches, and of course, FATIGUE.
The company he worked for fired him.
Can you believe that?
I'll be sitting down with him soon
going over some basic questions
that should bring to light whether
or not there are enough add on signs
to consider this chemical's
2-butoxyethanol) I'm interested
to know whether or not he was
running in a warehouse area (or
downwind of such) & whether or not
he recalls any of the blue 55 gallon
Corexit sitting around leaking
anywhere, such as a soldier did in
1991 when he walked into the Arms'
I've been thinking that I would like
to 'prescreen' patients for doctors
... because I think the harm of this
chemical is more common than
realized, and many people have
enough 'signs' of its harm for it to
recogize the pattern,
that's all, because I have spent a
lot of time looking into it.
The interesting thing to me about
having met her was that she
recognized who I was when I met her.
She said that she went on an
internet search putting in the
search words: "autoimmune hemolytic
anemia Valdez Alaska" and found my
web pages. Well I haven't tried that
yet, but I suppose she found quite a
few web pages
need a paradigm shift to
find the harm of
times people can have
the harm of it without
it ever showing up in
the Hemoglobin ... or at
least not for 15 years
or more. By the time it
does, you have a very
serious health situation.
In this man's case, his
exposure must have been
so severe, that the
heath damage was also
sudden & extreme.
What does your lab
recommend doctors check
Start gathering info for
what is normal range for
- From this experience with
glyconutrients, maybe this man can