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Date:3/18/2009

r Syndrome">Gulf War Syndrome is understood to be caused by the adverse interaction of the anthrax vaccine and the human immune system. One in three US veterans, who have received the anthrax vaccine since 1991 at US military bases around the world, have reported symptoms which are linked to the Gulf War Syndrome. The most often cited symptoms are chronic to severe depression and chronic fatigue syndrome.

Often these symptoms are associated with a wide variety of auto-immune diseases such as muscular sclerosis (MS), Lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, scleroderma, Sjøgren's syndrome, etc. Because of the wide-variety of symptoms reported, it had been assumed by medical professionals that multiple causes were required to explain Gulf War Syndrome.

In October of 2008, one study proposed that Gulf War Syndrome be limited to neuropathology symptoms that could be explained by exposure to VX and Sarin nerve gas weapons and anti-nerve-gas drugs given to veterans, who were exposed in 1991 to the down-wind fallout from the destruction of Iraq's weapons depot at Khamisiyah during Operation Desert Storm.

It is now understood that the symptoms are due to systemic tissue damage due to the sequestering of the FURIN activator protein by the immunoglobulin gamma (IgG) antibody, which can be created as an immune response to exposure to the anthrax vaccine's primary ingredient, the Anthrax Protective Antigen.

Without Furin, the following essential chemicals will not activate in the human body: beta-secretase which supports gonadotropin production for sex organs; anti-inflammatory transforming growth factor beta-1 which supports connective tissues such as joints and tendons; von Willebrand's factor which supports skin tissue; para-thyroid hormone which maintains general body metabolism; and nerve gro
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