A doctors truthful diagnosis
Methane is an asphyxiate. At levels that can occur in association with natural gas drilling, especially within the confines of area homes, basements, and other walled-structures, asphyxiation by methane is a risk, especially as people sleep. Methane is also highly flammable, placing area residents at risk for fires and explosions.
Radon is a radioactive gas. It is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the world. Large quantities are regularly released in conjunction with the fracking process.
Hydrogen sulfide is as toxic in many respects as hydrogen cyanide.
High levels are commonly released during fracking.
Acute inhalation causes olfactory paralysis, coughing, physical collapse, and respiratory failure; coma and death may result. Survivors of even one episode of high concentration inhalation are at increased risk for later development of dementia, hearing and vision problems.
Long term exposure to low levels, which all area…
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