Advice for Bush-Iraq-War Soldiers Regarding Health Dangers from Radioactive Weapons

L. David Roper (

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Soldiers fighting in Iraq and who will be sent to fight in Iraq need to be aware of the dangers of being deployed in an area that is strewn with radioactive dust due to the extensive use of depleted-uranium (DU) in many U.S. weapons.

For background information about DU weapons, see:

Advice for soldiers fighting in the Bush Iraq War:

For more information about the effects of depleted-uranium on humans, see the Vanity Fair November 2004 article Weapons of Self-Destruction by David Rose:

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