|Click here to watch the Fox News video|
The recently enacted Federal Burn Pit Registry was fought for by a disabled veteran who sufers with a disabilitating condition following his military service in Iraq and Afghanistan. His efforts, as well as others, helped the passage of the new law that will track medical conditions of veterans who have been exposed to dust and fumes from burn pits.
"Our heroes' health may be seriously impacted from the use of burn pits in combat zones, and we owe it to those affected to collect all the information necessary to properly take care of them when they get home," Senator Mark Udall said. "This registry will help create a database of those who have been exposed to burn pits and improve communication so that important health services can actually get to them.”
Click here to read more about burn pit claims for benefits and lawsuits. E-mail email@example.com
Read more about "burn pits"
Jan 12, 2013
Medical problems caused by breathing dust, fumes and other and other toxic substances, by exposed troops deployed in Iraq and Afghasitan, and those who worked for government contractors, will be discussed at an ...
Feb 20, 2010
Veterans are beginning to speak openly about the toxic exposures they were subjected to at the burn pits in Iraq and Afghanistan and the serious health problems that they now are experiencing. Organized groups of disabled ...
Jan 31, 2010
It has been reported that lawsuits, on the behalf of injured US troops and civilian contractors, who were exposed at US bases to burn pit fumes, have multiplied. There are now 43 separate lawsuits that have been filed.