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Tuesday, May 6, 1997 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | NEXT: More discussion of the use of depleted uranium in...


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Amy is joined by Helen Caldicot and Michio Kaku to talk about Gulf War Syndrome and depleted uranium. Depleted uranium was used heavily in the gulf war as shells and bullets. Many make the case that the poisonous powder released by firing a shell covered in depleted uranium has caused dozens of health defects for American veterans as well as Iraqis.


- Michio Kaku–of CUNY - Helen Caldicot–author of the metal of dishonor

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