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The war’s littlest victim

6 October 2004
He was exposed to depleted uranium.His daughter may be paying the price. by Juan Gonzalez In early September 2003, Army National Guard Spec. Gerard Darren Matthew was sent home from Iraq, stricken by a sudden illness. One side of Matthew’s face would swell up each morning. He had constant migraine headaches, blurred vision, blackouts and a burning sensation whenever he urinated. The Army transferred him to Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington for further tests, but (...)


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