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UXO and Toxic Waste Victims Learn To Cope, Heal with Body Talk Access

Victims of unexploded ordnance (UXO) and toxic wastes left behind at the former US bases in the Philippines seek short-term and immediate help from Body Talk Access, a system of energy-based techniques to make health maintenance and the management of daily health challenges accessible. Many of these victims are poor and do not have access to basic health care so Body Talk Access compliments well and help them cope and heal. Continue reading

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Dangerous Unexploded Ordnance Found in Clark and Subic, Philippines

Unexploded ordnance (UXO) found in Clark and Subic, Philippines continue to endanger children and families that live there. September 16, 2011 marks the 20th year anniversary of the Philippine government’s refusal to renew the US-Philippine military base agreement that set in motion the US withdrawal of troops from the Philippines. Twenty years later, the US still has failed to clean up the toxic wastes left behind at its former military bases at Clark and Subic. Continue reading

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