[ RadSafe ] Re: depleted uranium cherry & battle
crispy_bird at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 30 08:21:49 CST 2006
Of the 270 tested, did any need medical help? If so,
what did they need?
By the way, do you charge a fee for helping veterans?
--- Dlind49 at aol.com wrote:
> In a message dated 3/29/06 2:57:41 PM Central
> Standard Time,
> crispy_bird at yahoo.com writes:
> Dr. Rokke,
> Do you have proof this surveillance program is not
> being done?
> DO you want to help?
> denialof car/ testing is verified in VAs own
> official documents and GAO
> VA Gulf War Review volume 13 #1 page 12.
> Dr. Mark Brown states thsat in 14 yearsthey had
> tested only 270 individuals.
> I gave them and Dr. mike Kilpatrick told Bill
> Cinton's staff during September
> 1998 that over 400 needed immediate care.
> GAO verified in 2000 DU report thast only 51 of us
> had everr been given
> testing and care.
> As of a few hours ago curent vets had not been given
> mandatory testing and
> they contacted me/ us for help.
> U.S. Army Colonel Assaf Durakovic, M.D. agreed to
> test them via his labs as
> part of their work seprate from VA or Army.
> the guys from 442 N.Y.N.G. Military Police had
> testing care denied until
> Assaf helped them.
"Those who corrupt the public mind are just as evil as those who steal from the public purse."
John Jacobus, MS
Certified Health Physicist
e-mail: crispy_bird at yahoo.com
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