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I was in Nigeria for Camco, Now Shclumberger and was on a stimulation boat. We pumped a product supplied by Shell oil called EPO sand. I did not realize until later in life that it had damaged my liver. When I went to Nigeria, My cholesterol was below 200 I did not know what a triglyceride was. Now years later my cholesterol is 650 and my triglycerides are above 1700.

I have had one pancreatitis' attack and my prognosis is not good. I recently found out that Shell oil had shipped this chemical from all around the world because they knew how dangerous it is/was. It has been years and I feel like I have know recourse against Shell oil and Shclumberger. Although the effects of this chemical are just coming to reality to me, be very aware that large companies in the 90's in foreign countries had no consideration for the health of people working for them.

So, basically I will die early because of this companies negligence. With no recourse as this chemical does it's damage but the affected do not know for years later.



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Comment by Icilda Coley on December 21, 2013 at 9:20am

Wow! This is disturbing and regrettable. Talk about occupational hazard! Is there no way medical team can prove that your current poor health condition is as a result of this chemical used on the job? I believe the answer is in the affirmative. You definitely need recourse. I am sure it must be costly to treat!

Comment by Icilda Coley on December 21, 2013 at 9:24am

I believe you should visit natureopathic  doctor. It would be good to begin with a detox to get rid of whatever toxic matter is in the blood. I believe there is still hope. You do not have to die early.


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