Canadian veterans with Gulf War Syndrome please step up!

Dan Slack 1992

Veteran Dan Slack of Kingston, Ontario, is asking for Canadian veterans who suffer from Gulf War Syndrome to get in touch with him. Here is his direct message. BONNIE

I need people who suffer from Gulf War Syndrome to come forward, so I can get names and contact information to help us move forward with this……

 If this is an issue and you want me to fight for you, send me your email contact info and phone number with the Gulf War Syndrome in the subject title.

There are no causational factors coincident with healthy individuals developing disabilities collectively termed the “Gulf War Syndrome,” aside from the commonality of exposure to the effects of the firing of munitions containing depleted uranium.

The governments of Canada and the United States agree: “No depleted uranium found in Canadian Forces personnel;” “No DU detected in urine of U.S. veterans” .  . .

The naming of the Scientific Advisory Committee on Veterans’ Health by the Canadian Government provides the opportunity of presenting to the Committee and, more importantly, through it to the government’s scientific evidence hitherto not publicized. Information linking radioactive uranium isotopes present in the bodies of individuals to their exposure to depleted uranium.
Isotopes not present in natural uranium: “Isotopes of uranium”

The diagnostic assay exists. It has been accepted as proof of exposure by the U.S. Government. It is, however, as with any and all information deviating from the “Government’s Line” attacked (post Roger Helbig depleted uranium on as examples)

The Governments will alter their self-serving position only when the public is presented with scientific evidence through the Committee.

Pascale Lacoste brought the Scientific Advisory Committee on Veterans’ Health into being through his actions thereby providing the opening!

Nothing will be accomplished until irrefutable and replicable evidence that those exhibiting Gulf War Syndrome disabilities have continual radiating uranium isotopes in their bodies is presented to the Committee, the Governments and the public.

My email is



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2 Responses to Canadian veterans with Gulf War Syndrome please step up!

  1. Everyone loves what you guys tend to be up too. This sort of clever work and exposure!
    Keep up the amazing works guys I’ve you guys to my blogroll.

  2. derrick says:

    Dan you weren’t in the gulf war remember, you were riding school buses back in germany

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