…with a visible and repetitive links to “donate now” – www.gcaqe.org/bloodtest
This blood test is designed to prove exposure to the very toxic chemicals that are linked to the damage reported in the autopsies of British Airways cabin crew member Matt Bass and pilot Richard Westgate.
Unite as a union have already made two donations to this blood testing research.
For your information there was a ruling upheld by the High Court of Australia in 2010 concerning cabin crew member Joanne Turner. The ruling upheld included these vital findings:
150. I find:
(d) the plaintiff was exposed to pyrolysed effects of Mobile Jet Oil II on 4 March 1992.
(e) pyrolysed effects of Mobile Jet Oil II are harmful to the lungs.
With the possible proof of causation resulting from these blood tests many more cabin crew can also be assisted.