Military Health History

Military Health History General Questions Unwanted Sexual Experiences in the Military Compensation Benefits VA Information: 1-800-827-1000 or 844-MyVA311 (698-2311) Living Situation Living Situation "I had some unique experiences while serving our country many that civilians would never have Some of those experiences may

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LOVME Trichloroethylene

Exposure to Agent Orange by Location Exposure to Agent Orange in Vietnam Atsugi Japan Shinkampo Incinerator (Dioxin) Blue Water Veterans CGB Gagetown Fort McClellan Guam Korea Demilitarized Zone Panama Thailand Military Bases Vieques Island Puerto Rico Post-Vietnam Dioxin Exposure in Agent Orange-Contaminated C-123 Aircraft

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Canadian Soil Quality Guidelines for the Protection of

TRICHLOROETHYLENE Canadian Soil Quality Guidelines for the Human exposure to TCE may occur through the ingestion of contaminated drinking water military base in Quebec and three years later in private wells in Shannon a town close to the Valcartier base A

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BIOLOGICAL AND HEALTH EFFECTS OF EXPOSURE TO KEROSENE

largest single chemical exposure in the U S military (2 53 billion gallons in 2000) while Jet A and A-1 are among the most common sources of nonmilitary occupational chemical exposure Although more recent figures were not available approximately 4 06 billion gallons of kerosene per se were consumed in the United States in 1990 (IARC 1992)

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Occupational trichloroethylene exposure and non

Trichloroethylene (TCE) has been widely used as an industrial solvent and degreasing agent 1 Animal studies have reported elevated risk of kidney liver lung and some haematopoietic cancers with TCE exposure 2– 4 The evidence of TCE carcinogenicity in animals is inconsistent with TCE causing cancers in some species sexes and strains of animals but not in others

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Trichloroethylene Solvent Exposure May Increase the Risk

The study found that a twin with a work exposure of six months or greater to the solvent trichloroethylene had six times the risk (odds ratio 6 1: 95% confidence interval 1 2 – 33 p=0 034) of Parkinson's disease as compared to his unexposed twin (1)

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Trichloroethylene and Autoimmunity in Human and

Abstract Based on likelihood of exposure and potential health impact trichloroethylene (TCE) is consistently ranked 16th out of 275 chemicals on the annual CERCLA (Comprehensive Environmental Response Compensation and Liability Act) list of hazardous substances

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Occupational trichloroethylene exposure and non

Trichloroethylene (TCE) has been widely used as an industrial solvent and degreasing agent 1 Animal studies have reported elevated risk of kidney liver lung and some haematopoietic cancers with TCE exposure 2– 4 The evidence of TCE carcinogenicity in animals is inconsistent with TCE causing cancers in some species sexes and strains of animals but not in others

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TRICHLOROETHYLENE

Interim AEGLs for Trichloroethylene (79-01-6) Exposure Period AEGL-1 AEGL-2 AEGL-3 10 minutes: 260 ppm : 960 ppm : 6100 ppm : 30 minutes: 180 ppm : 620 ppm : 6100 ppm : 60 minutes: 130 ppm : 450 ppm : 3800 ppm : 4 hours: 84 ppm : 270 ppm : 1500 ppm : 8 hours: 77 ppm : 240 ppm : 970 ppm

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Trichloroethylene: Health Information Summary

Trichloroethylene: Health Information Summary Trichloroethylene (TCE) is a synthetic liquid chemical with a sweet odor It was once used as a general anesthetic Its current main use is as a solvent and degreaser for metal compounds in the metal parts manufacturing electronics and automotive industries It is also found in many

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Trichloroethylene and the Military

Trichloroethylene (TCE) is a chemical used to make refrigerants and as a metal degreaser It may be found in contaminated soil or water near military bases and in some commercial and cleaning products TCE exposure may cause kidney cancer and increase the risk of lymphoma and liver cancer

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Appendix: Biosketches of the Committee

Appendix Biosketches of the Committee Edward C Bishop (Chair) has diverse experience in industrial hygiene environmental compliance emergency response and risk assessment He had a 20-year career in the U S Air Force in which he held a number of positions including senior bioenvironmental engineering program manager in the Office of the Air Force Surgeon General

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Trichloroethylene: Parkinsonism and complex 1

Interpretation: Trichloroethylene used extensively in industry and the military and a common environmental contaminant joins other mitochondrial neurotoxins MPTP (1-methyl-4-phenyl-1 2 3 6-tetrahydropyridine) and some pesticides as a risk factor for parkinsonism

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Contamination at U S Military Bases: Profiles and Responses

exposure The military bans most political activity by active duty service members 11 Additionally military families are typically transient preventing them from establishing political roots in one place Further civilian communities near military bases are often dependent on the military for their own economic wellbeing 12 7

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OSHA Occupational Chemical Database

25 06 2020This chemical inventory is OSHA's premier one-stop shop for occupational chemical information It compiles information from several government agencies and organizations Information available on the pages includes: Chemical identification and physical properties Exposure limits Sampling information

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LOVME Trichloroethylene

Exposure to Agent Orange by Location Exposure to Agent Orange in Vietnam Atsugi Japan Shinkampo Incinerator (Dioxin) Blue Water Veterans CGB Gagetown Fort McClellan Guam Korea Demilitarized Zone Panama Thailand Military Bases Vieques Island Puerto Rico Post-Vietnam Dioxin Exposure in Agent Orange-Contaminated C-123 Aircraft

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Industrial Solvents

I just found this forum and this is my first post With it I wanted to let all you aircraft and other maintainers out there know that two years ago the VA agreed on appeal that my in service daily exposure to trichloroethylene (TCE) was as likely as not to have caused my spinal cord tumor and awarded me 70% for the resulting damages

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Contamination at U S Military Bases: Profiles and Responses

exposure The military bans most political activity by active duty service members 11 Additionally military families are typically transient preventing them from establishing political roots in one place Further civilian communities near military bases are often dependent on the military for their own economic wellbeing 12 7

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At Industry's Behest EPA Caves on Banning 'A Civil

After intense lobbying by the chemical industry last week the Environmental Protection Agency signaled plans to delay or scrap proposed bans on some uses of the drinking water contaminant made notorious by the book and film "A Civil Action " Trichloroethylene or TCE is an industrial solvent the EPA says is "carcinogenic to humans by all routes of exposure "

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