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Gulf War Syndrome Not Over by Far

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If you are concerned with the toll that Gulf War Syndrome is taking on GW veterans and their families, and if you are frustrated that neither science nor medicine can seem to come up with a way to stop the carnage, Bill Drake's newest blog post will definitely interest you.

Regarding GWS -- if you don't have the relevant information, you can't diagnose, and if you can't diagnose, you can't treat.
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Bill Drake's new post "Gulf War Syndrome -- The Smoking Gun" is intended to give GW vets, their families and doctors the relevant information and a well-defined pathway to more effective treatment of GWS.

http://panaceachronicles.com/2015/02/05/gulf-war-syndrome-the-smoking-gun/

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Long piece. but it's a necessary read. It relates to pesticides, corrupted government "regulators", compromised medical/health system (and therefore single payer, etc), complicit media, "war", and so on. Implications, if this is pursued, are significant. Effects of this not being pursued will also be significant.


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