Please pass this information around to all
the Vietnam Veterans who you know.
For over twenty years now, my Liver Enzymes have been so high that the
Red Cross no longer takes my O negative blood for donations. After many tests, there is still no known reason
why these Liver Enzymes are high.
After living almost a year in Vietnamese villages,
drinking their water (Even rice patty water) and eating their food, the below piece might be an explanation. I'm
starting my tests this Monday.
I highly recommend that other Vietnam Vets get tested.
Mrs. Edward S. (Pete) Harrison of Horseheads, New York for passing on this
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Sent: Tuesday, January 29, 2008 6:16 PM
FYI~~~~ Vietnam Veterans In country
I am writing to inform all Vietnam veterans about a potential health
risk that they may have been exposed to while serving in Vietnam: the little-known danger from parasites.
My husband, who was otherwise healthy, passed away on January 20, 2006, from cholangiocarcinoma, cancer of the bile
duct of the liver. It is very rare in the United States, but very prevalent in Vietnam and
surrounding countries. There are two known causes of this type of cancer: from contracting hepatitis C and from ingesting
a parasite from the water supply in Vietnam. My husband did not have hepatitis C; therefore, it was
determined that his cancer derived from a parasite. I have received official notification from the VA that his death was service
related, which is not something the VA determines without an overwhelming amount of evidence.
This cancer does not
manifest itself until later in life, when you are between 60 and 70 years old. Once the symptoms occur, which usually include
jaundice, it is very difficult to treat or beat. My husband was 58 years old when he passed away. If he had been informed
that there was a possibility that he could have ingested a parasite while serving in Vietnam, he would
have taken precautions to have his bile ducts examined, possibly extending his life. The parasite is long gone, but it left
behind damaged cells, which developed into cancerous tumors in the bile ducts.
If you spent time in Southeast
Asia and are having gastrointestinal issues for no apparent reason, please have your physician check for damage within
the bile ducts. It may save your life.
S. (Pete) Harrison
Horseheads, New York
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'BEFORE' MASSACRE: Pictures And Narratives
of Duc Duc / Phu Da, Vietnam
THE TWO WEBSITES OF THE
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The village was punished for helping the American Marines that served in the area.
You can read about the village's massacre at: http://www.americans-working-together.com/id222.html
There are more veterans wounded with PTSD than any other type of combat
wound... According to Department of Veterans Affairs' (VA) estimates, there are over 98,000 new PTSD Vets.
If it is true about this 98,000 new PTSD Veterans, then THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS
SHOULD INVESTIGATE WHY THIS NUMBER IS SO HIGH.
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