“Octane in your blood”: Humans on Gulf Coast show “dangerous levels of toxic exposure”, Hexane is “way high” — Treatment for “ORGAN DAMAGE” recommended (LAB REPORT)
September 2nd, 2010
In today’s article, Human Blood Tests Show Dangerous Levels of Toxic Exposure, filmmaker Jerry Cope revealed, “For the first time blood tests on sickened humans have shown signs of exposure to high levels of toxic chemicals related to crude oil and dispersants. Some of the individuals tested have not been on the beaches, were not involved in any cleanup operations or in the Gulf water — they simply live along the Gulf Coast.”
Cope is one of those sickened humans.
He wrote that the problems began within the first few days of his teams mid-July arrival in the Gulf: “[While] touring the lagoons around Orange Beach, Alabama, we all had extreme headaches… That evening I developed a gagging, coughing reflex that was so intense and persistent it was impossible to speak to my daughter on the phone. The symptoms typical for high levels of chemical exposure such as burning, itching eyes, constantly runny nose, chronic coughing, burning sore throat, chest congestion, and lethargy progressively intensified. Over the next several weeks these symptoms continued to worsen until I developed chemically-induced pneumonitis.”