Dr . Miller has diagnosed more than 50 returning soldiers with "constrictive broncholitis," a condition he reports is related to toxic environmental exposure caused by burn pit smoke. Dr. Miller has performed open lung biopsies to objectively confirm his findings and has published several studies and has testified before Congress over this serious health concern.
“I think this is a way to get control of an issue,” Miller said. “They [US Army] can control the discussion by keeping it internal.” But Col. Lisa Zacher, pulmonary consultant to the Army surgeon general, said she greatly admires Miller’s work, and that the change came purely for business reasons.
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