Important information about medical and legal issues of particular concern to U.S. Military veterans.
(Information on this page is deemed reliable but not guaranteed, and should not be regarded or construed as actual medical or legal advice.)
The Department of Defense (DoD) Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program seeks to protect U.S. Military personnel from the biological warfare agent anthrax. The DoD continues to state that the vaccine is safe, however, a number of troops have reported adverse reactions to the vaccine.
– Anthrax Vaccine at Google.com: Web | News | Lawsuit
– Department of Defense Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program Web Site
– Squalene Class Action
– Cipro Forum: In addition to questions about the anthrax vaccine, there are also questions about the health risks of Cipro, an antibiotic given to protect against anthrax.
All text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License.
Are you, or a family member, a U.S. Veteran, Active Duty, National Guard or Reservist? If so, then you are eligible for the VA Card program. VA Card members are entitled to benefits that recognize service to our country – over $20,000 in benefits – from more than 50 leading companies, including Allied Van Lines, Amtrak, Apple, Avis, Best Western Hotels, Club Med, Continental Airlines, Dell, DIRECTV, Greyhound, Hertz, Hyatt, Starwood Luxury Hotels, Target.com, XM Satellite Radio and many more.