Just 10,588 burn-pit claims have been filed since Sept. 11, 2001, Veterans Affairs said in response to a Freedom of Information Act request from a veterans advocacy group
"I didn’t get here on my own. I got here on the backs of other women in service before me."
Of the 500 respondents who disclosed at least one cancer, “13% of them disclosed multiple cancers"
Hundreds of cancers were reported by special operations and conventional forces who served at Karshi-Khanabad between 2001 and 2005.
Some former pilots suspect that cockpit radiation generated by powerful radars may be linked to their cancers.
A member of Congress at a hearing about a toxic base in Uzbekistan used by the U.S. military shortly after 9/11 revealed on Thursday that he was also deployed there...
A company led by Andrey Kukushkin has been talking to the federal Department of Veterans Affairs about a five-year medical-marijuana research agreement to study treatment for cancers.
Despite the contamination, about 7,000 U.S. forces were deployed there after the 9/11 attacks, from October 2001 to 2005, until Uzbekistan withdrew permission for the United States to use the...
Former Navy and Air Force pilots or their surviving spouses have expressed to McClatchy their concerns about the high number of prostate, brain, blood and other types of cancers affecting...
The clock is ticking, because the study results will be thrown off as the chemical blood level in participants decreases over time.
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