Joe Biden sees parallels between the toxins that have stricken so many 9/11 responders with cancer, and the toxins his son, Beau, breathed in Iraq before he died of cancer last year.
After Tom's death in February of 2009, Dan recalled how he and his parents began running across other veterans with "strikingly
Our military has already chosen to die for their country -- but does that include by the hand of Big Pharma too?
Memorial Day makes us remember that no matter how many wars, generations and decades go by, we as a human race never seem to learn.
I have tracked nearly 40 soldiers since 2006 who have been diagnosed with rare, aggressive forms of cancer post-tour. Half have already died.
During their year deployment into Baghdad then Mosul, they, as well as the other 247 soldiers in the 526 FSB, withstood the
The inadequacy of the VA and a majority of military doctors in theater that fail to diagnose or misdiagnose is at the crux of the soldiers diagnosed with rare, advanced cancers.
After undergoing a battery of tests and inspection of the "bug bites" on his head, the 25 year-old soldier and Iraq veteran discovered that they were cancer tumors, possibly due to uranium exposure.
Sgt. Christopher J. Sachs was diagnosed with cancer three years after returning from Iraq. The U.S. military, however, refused to consider the possibility that his illness was related to his tour.