Places AO was Stored
Places that Stored AO and Who Knew
AO In Guam, Okinawa and Thailand
Dioxin Found in Some Italy Mozzarella
Dioxin in Michigan
Dioxin in Missouri
Chemicals Used In Military Operations During The Vietnam War
DoD Report on Herbicides Used Outside of Vietnam
Study Links Pesticides With Parkinson's
TOXNET on 2-butoxyethanol
US Military Bases Known to be Contaminated
Percutaneous absorption of 2-butoxyethanol vapour in human subjects
This is the chemical make up of 2-butoxyethanol and in this article I will refer to it as 2-B.
This was used extensively in Vietnam and in the Gulf and also
to clean up the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska.
This lady has done extensive research on and about the effects of 2-B.
Please review her pages as there is much information on this chemical and others.
Health Effects of Military who served in Vietnam
Many vets today suffer the effects that this chemical causes and the VA or any other
medical institution are not treating these symptoms as they need to.
This is the chemical that gulf war vets were exposed to in the family of 2-B
- ethyl alcohol in what they cleaned equipment with;
- 2-butoxyethanol or ethylene glycol monobutyl ether; and
- diethylene glycol monobutyl ether
It causes all the symptoms that have come to be known as 'gulf war syndrome' given enough exposure (which
isn't hard in war time and with the stronger concentrations.)
There is one chemical, that with overexposure, causes all of these:
This link explains what 2-butoxyethanol does from the Material Safety Data Sheets ...
Also make note ... that this chemical is in widespread use today.
AVOID it at all costs
Was It The Flu Or 2-B
Also of interest, you may want to check out this link.
How many Americans died in wars ?
More Info on 2-B in pdf format
would like to thank Margaret Diann for giving me permission to use her information and to share with you the links to her
site. She has done a great service for all those that are effected by this chemical.