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Tuesday, May 6, 1997 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | NEXT: Amy and Juan remember the lives of Paulo Fuerte, Queen...
1997-05-06

More discussion of the use of depleted uranium in the Gulf War.

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Amy and Juan are joined by Carol Picou who was in the Gulf War and has suffered serious health defects since. Picou has been one of the first soldiers to become involved with the struggle for pentagon answers to questions about depleted uranium and gulf war syndrome.

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- Carol Picou–co-founder of MISSION, Project–Military Issues Surfacing In Our Nation

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