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Beau Biden's Death a Result of Iraq War---New Book

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US military burn pits built on chemical weapons facilities tied to soldiers' illness

Though the underlying cause of Beau Biden's cancer cannot be confirmed, evidence gathered in a new book out Tuesday [The Burn Pits: The Poisoning of America's Soldiers] suggests a possible link between his illness and service [in Iraq].....[and the illnesses and deaths of thousands others in Iraq and Afghanistan].

Beau [Bidden] arrived in Iraq [2008].....Though he returned home safely in September 2009, he woke up one day a few months later with an inexplicable headache...... Beau had suffered a mild stroke. His health deteriorated, and he was diagnosed with brain cancer [2013]. Less than two years later [2015], he died at the age of 46.

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