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Originally posted by ANOK
They have discovered high concentrations of Anti-Squaline antibodies in vets linking GWS to the Anthrax vaccine used...
I will be going through my 3rd GWS evaluation next week, 2 days of MRI's (yuk!) and tests...I will be asking about Squaline/Anthrax...
Originally posted by Roy Robinson Stewart
The argument is fallacious.
Marshall’s study concluded that the reports of serious health risks from DU exposure are not supported by veteran medical statistics nor supported by his analysis. Only a few U.S. veterans in vehicles accidentally struck by DU munitions are predicted to have inhaled sufficient quantities of DU particulate to incur any significant health risk. For these individuals, DU-related risks include the possibility of temporary kidney damage and about a 1 percent chance of fatal cancer.
Several earlier studies were carried out by the U.S. Department of Defense, by University Professors Fetter (University of Maryland) and von Hippel (Princeton), and by an Army sponsored team from Pacific Northwest National Laboratories and Los Alamos National Laboratory.
The conclusions from the Sandia study are consistent with these earlier studies. The Sandia study, however, also includes an analysis of potential health effects of DU fragments embedded as shrapnel in the bodies of some U.S. veterans. The Sandia study also looked at civilian exposures in greater detail, examined the potential risk of DU-induced birth defects in the children of exposed individuals, and provided a more detailed analysis of the dispersion of DU following impact with a number of targeted vehicles.
Originally posted by Seekerof
Grinning like a big dog.....:shk:
Your efforts are always appreciated though, Souljah.
Originally posted by Souljah
You Said you were in First Gulf War right?
Where did You Serve?
I heard that the Armored Core Personell have had most Problems with the Post-Gulf Syndrome, since most of the DU Ammo is armor-piercing, meaning they have lots of contaact with this DU ammo.
Anyway, doesnt even the name "Depeleted Uranium" sound Deadly 'nuff for You?