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投稿者 木村愛二 日時 2003 年 8 月 08 日 00:41:50:CjMHiEP28ibKM

「第二湾岸戦争症候群」英軍でも発生しCNNでも放送されている。報道しないのは日本の大手メディアだけ。

恐米萎縮症の正体暴露なし。腰抜け!


全言語のページからiraq, pneumonia, "Gulf War II Syndrome?"を検索しました。 2件中1 - 2件目・ ・検索にかかった時間0.09秒

CNN.com - Transcripts
... Since early March, more than 100 people have become sick with pneumonia. ... One veterans group says that
the CDC and the World Health Organization should be sent into Iraq to assist ... that helps Gulf War syndrome
victims, I said, do you think it's another Gulf War syndrome, Gulf War II syndrome, perhaps ...
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... Four soldiers vaccinated before the war in Iraq have triggered fears of a "Gulf War II syndrome" after
exhibiting symptoms similar to those suffered by hundreds of ... Jessica Lynch, to boost patriotic support
for President Bush’s war on Iraq. ... Many residents become ill with pneumonia-like symptoms. ...
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http://66.34.17.233/mt/archives/2003_05.html
Fears of 'Gulf War II

Fears of 'Gulf War II syndrome' after British soldiers given multiple vaccinations fall ill
The Independent (UK)

Four soldiers vaccinated before the war in Iraq have triggered fears of a "Gulf War II syndrome" after exhibiting symptoms similar to those suffered by hundreds of troops who fought in the 1991 conflict.

Veterans' organisations are demanding that Geoff Hoon, the Defence Secretary, explain why he told the Commons in January that soldiers would not be given multiple vaccinations over a short timeframe because of "lessons learnt" from the previous Gulf conflict, They claim he then allowed the armed forces to follow the 1991 procedures for vaccinations.

Why? Because he is a completely evil bastard who sold his soul to George Bush and his minions and does not give a tinker's damn for what happens to people stupid enough to be suckered into fighting for them, that's why.

"We blame the Ministry of Defence for giving vaccinations in multiple doses rather than singly," he said. "It would be a serious offence for Mr Hoon to mislead the Commons.

I'll cut off my left testicle if Hoon is even charged with a crime, never mind convicted.
Posted by David Allen at 12:56 AM | Comments (0)

http://edition.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0308/04/ldt.00.html

Outbreak of Pneumonia Among U.S. Troops in Iraq

Aired August 4, 2003 - 18:00 ET

THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT. THIS COPY MAY NOT BE IN ITS FINAL FORM AND MAY BE UPDATED.

LOU DOBBS, HOST: Tonight: Medical teams have arrived in Iraq to investigate a mysterious outbreak of pneumonia among U.S. troops. Elizabeth Cohen reports.//

//The Pentagon today said two medical teams have begun investigating an outbreak of pneumonia among U.S. troops in the Gulf. About 100 Americans have become sick since the 1st of March. Two of them have died.

Medical correspondent Elizabeth Cohen has the story for us -- Elizabeth.

ELIZABETH COHEN, CNN MEDICAL CORRESPONDENT: Lou, one of those teams was sent directly to Iraq. Another was sent to Landstuhl Medical Center in Germany, where those two people died. One of them was Army National Guardsmen Specialist Joshua Neusche. He was 20 years old, from Missouri. His family says that he was in perfect health, very active, an athlete, in fact, and that he became very sick very quickly. And, at his funeral, a member of the military says: We don't know exactly what Josh died from, but we know why he died. He died in an effort to defend his country.

What they meant when they said that at the funeral is that he died of pneumonia. They know that. But they're not sure exactly what caused the pneumonia. Let's look at the number of cases that have been going on. Since early March, more than 100 people have become sick with pneumonia. There have been two deaths, Josh Neusche being one of them. And 15 people have become so ill that they needed to be put on ventilators.

Now, let's talk about what the military knows and what they don't know at this point. They know that there's no common infectious agent -- in other words, there's not one kind of bacteria or one kind of virus that's causing all of these -- and that the illnesses are in different locations. They're all over Iraq. They're also in Uzbekistan. They're also in Qatar. So, in other words, it's probably not a person-to-person transmission.

They also know that there is no evidence of SARS or biological or chemical weapons. So the question now is, is it something in the soil in some of these locations? Is it something in the air? Are fine particles of sand getting into people's lungs? They say that they just don't know. One veterans group says that the CDC and the World Health Organization should be sent into Iraq to assist the military.

This one group says that they are not sure that the military can handle this investigation on their own -- Lou.

DOBBS: Elizabeth, we have to return to the Gulf War syndrome of 12 years ago, denial after denial by the U.S. military that there was anything going on that would -- that they could describe as a syndrome. Then we find out years later that there indeed is something called Gulf War syndrome. Why not send in the CDC, the World Health Organization, to help the Army?

COHEN: Well, that's what one veterans group wants to have happen. This is a group that specializes in helping people with Gulf War syndrome.

I asked someone from the military that. And they said: Well, we've been consulting with folks from the CDC and from the WHO all along. We've been on the phone with them, talking to folks who are in academic, private institutions as well. So even though those teams from the CDC and WHO haven't actually been sent in, the military says they have actually consulted individuals who work for some of those agencies.

Now, this person who works for the veterans group that helps Gulf War syndrome victims, I said, do you think it's another Gulf War syndrome, Gulf War II syndrome, perhaps? And he says: You know, I really don't think so. Gulf War syndrome affected 157,000 people. This is -- we're talking 100 cases or so. Also, the syndrome was a whole group of symptoms that, taken together, have affected people for years and years, whereas this seems like more of an acute respiratory illness.

DOBBS: Elizabeth Cohen, thank you very much.

COHEN: Thanks.//

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