Toxic illnesses linked to BP oil dispersants
October 30, 2010 9:18 AM Subscribe
Although some claim most of the oil is gone,
and new tests for dispersants
say seafood and people are safe,
the reality is of course much different.
However, an investigation by an Al Jazeera online correspondent finds toxic illnesses linked to BP oil dispersants along the Gulf coast.
Trisha Springstead is a registered nurse of 36 years who lives and works in Brooksville, Florida. "What I'm seeing are toxified people who have been chemically poisoned," she said, "They have sore throats, respiratory problems, neurological problems, lesions, sores, and ulcers. These people have been poisoned and they are dying. Drugs aren’t going to help these people. They need to be detoxed."
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