Study reveals that U.S. Gulf War veterans' children have a much
higher likelihood of having three specific types of birth defects:
Children born of male veterans -Two types of heart valve abnormality.
Children born of female veterans - Genital-urinary defects.
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"Thousands of tons of DU weapons tested for decades by the Navy on four bombing and gunnery ranges around Fallon, Nevada, is no doubt the cause of the fastest growing leukemia cluster in the U.S. over the past decade. The military denies that DU is the cause."
"67 per cent of the babies were reported to have serious illnesses or serious birth defects. They were born without eyes, ears, had missing organs, fused fingers, thyroid or other malfunctions. Depleted uranium in the semen of the soldiers internally contaminated...
He was sent home from Iraq, stricken by a sudden illness. One side of his face would swell up each morning. He had constant migraine headaches, blurred vision, blackouts and a burning sensation whenever he urinated.
"immediately urged his wife to get an ultrasound check of their unborn baby. They discovered the fetus had a condition common to those with radioactive exposure: atypical syndactyly. The right hand had only two digits/angry at a government that never warned him about...
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