Military & Civilians with 'the syndrome'
I gave public comment to
on Gulf War Vets
on Sept 25, 2008.
I only had 7 minutes as there were 6 others who wanted to speak also.
I thought, boy they probably don't believe me, but at least they KNOW I believe what I'm saying
Like explaining 2nd hand white blood cell counts mean for this population (an anemia sign),, and that the flu is a chemical exposure, and the gulf war vets who died should have a 'spread sheet' to see all the variants from normal, and what high
and that there should be a study of US Coast Guard who monitored the experiment as they have known exposure to 2-butoxyethanol; for gulf war vets they will have it as only one of many exposures. But I do think this chemical causes the most if not all of the syndrome symptoms and that they would look like civilians with CFIDS, CFS, FMworkers (1,000 young men only) + the
You should consider another chemical besides Agent Orange for harm to Vietnam Vets. And for all these you always hear them talking about how tired they are, THE FATIGUE, THE ANEMIA
I am asking Sarah Palin to put a 'call out to the EVOS workers' *
|With over 320 million spent by the
government to find the cause of 'gulf war illness'
I don't think researchers will ever figure it out BECAUSE it is not
an easy task. Continually there are more than one variable going on
at a time, and unless you look at the whole picture all the time,
you won't recognize the CFIDS pattern for these groups.
An Exxon Valdez Oil Spill cleanup worker told me that his doctor told him to get another appointment if he wanted to talk about his headaches. I said, "This is so sad; they'll never figure out what you're dealing with ... with that approach" (He's already having toes cut off from 'one of BUTYL's side effects: diabetes' & operations to help with neuropathy)
I suspect Steve McQueen was a
victim, and many other