Gulf War Illness Tied to Abnormal Immune System Response
Gulf War Vets with Brain Cancer Denied Fast-Track to Compensation
If I only knew 10 years ago what I know today, so many lives would be changed and more might be saved.
The shock and awe of watching somebody you love get eaten up by a mystery illness is overwhelming and frightening.
We train so hard to be the toughest, to know how and why to be the best. When something unknown explodes in life and there are no tools to put the pieces back together, what do you do? How can one do their best with zero?
During the past decade, we learned how to create our own tools and survive. At this point in Blake’s recovery, we could easily lace up our boots, stand straight and never look back at this issue. Except for one thing: the man down was my son and the millions more falling are children and soldiers/warriors. We don’t leave anyone behind, that is unacceptable to us. We walk…
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