Wednesday, February 9, 2011

New Research findings backing up Gulf War Illness

February 8, 2011 posted by Denise Nichols:

Gulf War Illness and Military Medicine Report from Air Force Base

What an interesting medical research study abstract from Wright Patterson AFB and published in Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health that gulf war veterans need to be made aware.

This research finding would appear to back up the veterans of the Gulf War 1990-91 and Organophosphates exposures —Say this all together now sarin and other nerve agents effect protease.

Pay particular attention: These proteases comprise nearly one-third of all known proteases and play major roles in synaptic plasticity, learning, memory, neuroprotection, wound healing, cell signaling, inflammation, blood coagulation, and protein processing.

I suggest all veterans make copies and take to their doctors and update and further educate.

Also it highlight, as before, the problem with blood coagulation! Read more>>

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