Over the past six years, The Sergeant Thomas Joseph Sullivan Center has made great strides in confronting post-deployment illness. Today, we announce that the Sergeant Sullivan Center will be closing its doors, but opening the door to a new path toward eradicating deployment-related illness. We are proud to announce a new beginning with the creation of The Sergeant Thomas Joseph Sullivan Fund…
In secret chemical weapons experiments conducted during World War II, the U.S. military exposed thousands of American troops to mustard gas. See the whole article at: http://www.npr.org/2015/06/23/416408655/the-vas-broken-promise-to-thousands-of-vets-exposed-to-mustard-gas Listen to the news story below:
The Sergeant Sullivan Center provided funding to Stoney Brook University Medical Center in New York to host the the 1st Scientific Symposium on Lung Health After Deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan held on February 13, 2012.
SSC Video Reports on the 1st Annual Symposium on Lung Health After Deployment to Iraq and Afghanistan at the State University of New York Medical School in Stony Brook New York — February 13, 2012 (As Posted on YouTube)
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