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Date: Fri, 05 Sep 1997 16:31:27 -0700
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From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: military knew shot would make soldiers ill? (fwd)

Please forward this to the Centers for Disease
Control, in Atlanta, Georgia state.  Someone
should also forward this message to Mr. Roger
Cravens, who worked there not too long ago.

/s/ Paul Mitchell

At 07:10 PM 9/5/97 -0400, you wrote:
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>TITLE: U.S. Military Knew Vaccine Would Make Some Soldiers Ill
>AUTHOR: M.A.J. McKenna
>SOURCE: Boston Sunday Herald
>DATE OF PUBLICATION: October 4, 1992
>DESCRIPTORS: Anthrax shots, experimental drugs, Frank Landry,
>Steve Robertson
>BRIEF SUMMARY: According to the article, the U.S. Department of Defense 
>administered Anthrax shots to soldiers and administrators during the 
>Gulf War knowing that there was a possibility that some people could 
>become seriously ill. Supposedly, the recipients of the shots were not 
>informed of the side effects. Steve Robertson, a Desert Storm veteran 
>who displayed symptoms of Gulf syndrome, claimed that the Anthrax shot 
>was not even recorded in his vaccination records. Further, he indicated 
>that the shot was not voluntary and no information about the shot was 
>given to him. In addition to Robertson's incident, another veteran, 
>Frank Landry, claimed that he had an allergic reaction to the first 
>Anthrax shot and was given a second despite literature which indicated 
>that use be terminated if a severe reaction occurred. The article 
>further discussed the claim that several drugs still considered 
>experimental by the FDA, were purchased and/or used by the U.S. 
>government on soldiers during the Gulf War.
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