The Alaska On-Scene Coordinator for the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill...who worked the whole duration with the Alaska Dept of Environmental Conservation died in August, 2002 of complications relating to Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. Which could, of course, be caused from 'anything.'
There was concern about the gall bladder; with the immune system weakened, the family questioned whether to have the swollen gall bladder operated on. The patient went into shock and never recovered.
Another Valdez man left for retirement one year ago. Doctors had diagnosed problems with his gall bladder. Turned out he had multiple cancers ... most likely from another source... however, the similarity with a gall bladder having medical needs is noteworthy.
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I hope the doctor takes a closer look at the possibility of chemical poisoning
More Pervasive than you might think...