Discovery Channel Tests Gulf War Veterans


Discovery Channel Investigates Gulf War Illnesses

A ground breaking report using the cutting edge science of Chromosome testing.  The veterans and researchers have been pushing for Biomarker Research and this report shows that maybe they are making headway to push the leading edge of science.

Length of Part 1 is 9:13.Posted on YouTube here…

Length of Part 2 is 9:09.Posted on YouTube here… 

 Length of Part 3 is 9:52.Posted on YouTube here…

Length of Part 4 is 7:39.Posted on YouTube here…

Length of Part 5 is 7:39.Posted on YouTube here…



Now it is time for the VA to step forward and quit dragging their feet while our Gulf War Veterans of Operation Desert Storm become more ill and disabled.

The battle should hit the Hills of Congress after the House and Senate returns after Labor Day.  The Gulf War veterans are asking all citizens to call their Senators and tell them they want the action that is directed in Senator Bernard Sanders' (VT) Senate Amendment 2060 to HR1585 (Defense Appropriations Bill). 

The amendment is Cosponsored by Senators Byrd (WV),  Feingold(WI),Kerry(MS), and Hutchinson(TX).  It proposes that 30 million be placed back into DOD appropriations for Gulf War Illness Research.  This would return the amount to funds that were available prior to 911.  The DOD since 911 has only had 5 million dollars(FY06)  in this category since 911.

The question remains if all 100 senators will hear and support this concern.  It only seems appropriate when this past year has seen breaking research for Gulf War illness.  So shall we help the Gulf War Veterans of 1990-91 by making those calls?


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