Sunday, August 8, 2010

Camp Lejeune Update

http://www.veteranstoday.com/2010/08/07/camp-lejeune-update/

August 7, 2010 posted by Michael Leon
Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina
By Dave Bedworth
“Kidney Cancer – first dad now mom” was the title of the first posting I saw on the Discussion Board of the website “The Few, The Proud, The Forgotten”. The details of the posting made my heart sink into my boots. Once again, a new member had joined the discussion, looking for information and help. Once again, the story was tragic beyond belief. All as a result of exposure to contamination at Camp Lejeune. This member was only five years old when her father was stationed at Camp Lejeune and the family was allotted housing at Tarawa Terrace II. Now both parents have kidney cancer with little financial or medical means to obtain needed treatment. The “déjà vous” feeling this story creates is tinged with both a sickening repetitiveness and anger that the government has not stepped forward to assist these victims of contamination.
As I conducted a little more research it appears that not all of the ongoing events are so colored with sadness. Indeed, a series of events are ongoing or in the pipeline that will bring our veterans and family members closer to the truth.

READ MORE: http://www.veteranstoday.com/2010/08/07/camp-lejeune-update/

1 comment:

  1. I miscarried my son, i have multiple autoimmune diseases, my children have all the same illness, and my oldest daughter has a heart condition that needs surgery. we lived in tarawa terrace 11 as well. What is wrong with the government . even if they were not there.They are still responsible, any other major business would. Just give use something because you have ruined all of our health. this is terrible.How could this be an accident on both sides of the coast. Sulpher water my butt. im just glad i took some extra measures , because the water was nasty. To all that have it worse i am so sorry that your country the land of the free and brave, just not if you are a family member that was poisoned with agent orange.

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