Michael Glenn wrote:I am Jeff, my folks write for me due to being blind. However, we have health issues in common with the neurobehavioral effects. Born there in 1979. Have been fighting with the others here for years. Please call me because my dad has to do this writing. 828-713-9188
motherof5 wrote:It's funny I was coming here to ask questions in regards to what I'm seeing posted! My father was posted and I was a child on base and have ended up with illnesses that do not run in my family. My sister and mother were there as well, all of us have had to have hysterectomies, noone before us had the problems that prompted them, I developed fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, cluster migraines, irritable bowel syndrome, my sister has developed problems similar as well. I have a child that developed a nasal cancer, a daughter with chronic illnesses, none of which run in either family. I truly believe that the exposure to the chemicals is responsible!! I ingested and bathed in the water, soaking up and ingesting the chemicals and it would reason that since women are born with the eggs they will use through their child bearing years could some of mine have been "contaminated"? I have lost a life a loved, I am no longer able to work and some days unable to get out of bed. I think someone needs to realize the things that have happened to us due to these chemicals. Thank you for reading!
John Olin wrote:This thread has some info and background. There links at the bottom describing diagnoses likely to be included. viewtopic.php?t=2261
Though it is not a recognized diagnosis, the "Neurobehavioral Effects" language in the Camp Lejeune healthcare law seems to have originated from the early study of "Neurotoxicity" and "Organic Solvent Syndrome"
Watching Paint Dry: Organic Solvent Syndrome in late-Twentieth-Century Britain
unclebuzzkill wrote:Hello dandelioness 347,
“I'm pissed that no one seems to be standing up for us.”
So be the one that stands up!
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