Outlawbiker wrote:When the VA's MS centers of Excellence were first putting up their websites a few years back. I was among the first to register and ask "questions Veterans ask". Many are still there. They include: # of Gulf era vets with MS, Shotgun vaccinations overwhelming immune systems, exposure to the depleted uranium ammunition that Ships working parties ALL got their hands on at one time or another. Doc's tried to tell me only the dust from fragmented exploded shells was bad. (I smell a rat), and of course some kind of viral or parasite exposure in those particular parts of the world.
Outlawbiker wrote:If you check out that VA website, one thing that rings through all the "experts" replies was this: We have no proof linking military service with MS! Same out of the DOD.
Outlawbiker wrote:The fact that I wasn't exposed to the Sarin, oil well fires etc. and only "came down" with MS screams volumes for the even more unfortunate brothers and sisters who were exposed to those on top of it and came back with ALS!!
MSresearcher wrote:Reference my post earlier
The VA MS Specialist I had would take blood for "Research" purposes and avoided conversation when asked "What type of research" he changed the subject and continued with his examination.
I sure hope this answers that question[/b]
mormiles wrote:Hi vets. Thanks from me also for your military service. You will be interested in what this scientist has to say about military vaccinations: http://autismmedia.org/haley1aw.html. The continuation of his talk is also worth listening to, as it is packed with inferential information. See http://autismmedia.org/media2.html.
mom10789 wrote:at the VA ms clinics do they push crab drugs
Minai wrote:Hey Vets,
Just received this url via my military e-mail:
Do you think it worth participating in?
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