Mustard Gas May Cause Testicular Damage, Infertility

As if the military doesn't already screw men over with the draft, now some scientists are claiming that mustard gas, a common biological weapon used in warfare since World War I, causes testicular damage and infertility in men. It was intended to attack the respiratory system, skin, and eyes. So not only have governments forced young men who weren't willing to give their lives into service, but they've also destroyed the survivors' chances of carrying on future generations.

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