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Salem-News.com (Mar-11-2014 09:28)
Feds Mute on Cancer Incidence Study for LejeuneRobert O'Dowd Salem-News.com
ATSDR needs to compute the cancer incidence rate for both bases before ‘opening the champagne’.
The Tampa Bay Times reported on March 10th that ‘the feds’ were reluctant to commit to a cancer incident study of Camp Lejeune veterans.
Salem-News.com (Feb-25-2014 12:03)
ASTDR Releases Camp Lejeune Health StudiesSalem-News.com
Cause of death data from 1979-2008 was used to study the Camp Lejeune and Camp Pendleton cohorts.
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The study evaluated specific causes of death in 154,932 Marines and Navy personnel who began service during 1975-19851 and were stationed at Camp Lejeune anytime during this period.
Salem-News.com (Feb-20-2014 10:31)
New Study: Toxic Water on Marine Bases Responsible for Thousands of DeathsSalem-News.com
Evaluation of mortality among marines and navy personnel exposed to contaminated drinking water at USMC base camp Lejeune: a retrospective cohort study
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Two drinking water systems at U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina were contaminated with solvents during 1950s-1985.
Salem-News.com (Feb-16-2014 13:46)
VA Ignores Medical Conditions Linked to El ToroRobert O'Dowd Salem-News.com
TCA exposure also places a person and increased risk of Parkinson’s disease.
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I didn’t want to file a VA disability compensation claim. It’s just not worth the effort. The VA’s reputation is terrible.
Salem-News.com (Feb-04-2014 22:20)
Another Book on Camp LejeuneRobert O'Dowd Salem-News.com
We don’t wish the author any bad luck, but we were here first.
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On April 23, 2013, the Marine Corps Times did a book review of Mike Magner’s “A Trust Betrayed: The Untold Story of Camp Lejeune and the Poisoning of Generations of Marines and Their Families,” due out from the Merloyd Lawrence imprint of the Perseus Books Group in March 2014.
Salem-News.com (Jan-18-2014 01:58)
Irvine Wants High School Students to Suffer Same Fate as Cancer Ridden MarinesTim King Salem-News.com
Who needs Ninja Turtles when you have Irvine High School, future home of "The Mutants"?
An Irvine city council member wants "The Safest City in America" (cough) to build a high school for children on one of the most contaminated land sites in Orange County, the former Marine aviation base, Marine Corps Air Station (MCAS) El Toro.
Salem-News.com (Jan-16-2014 15:20)
Voice of OC: Great Park Auditor Details Massive Waste and AbuseTim King Salem-News.com
Sparks are flying and yet the real problem with turning MCAS El Toro into a park and housing community... deadly environmental contamination, is still a largely ignored problem. The base is an EPA Superfund site for TCE (trychloroethylene) contamination, and that is just the beginning...
One of Southern California's biggest plagues that we have been writing about for many years, the so-called "Great Park" fiasco, has come home to roost on the city of Irvine's doorstep.
Salem-News.com (Dec-17-2013 03:34)
CIA Connection to DEA Agent`s Murder Too Hot for FOX News?Robert O'Dowd Salem-News.com
CIA connection to Enrique Kiki Camarena’s torture and death not reported by Fox’s “The Kelly File”
Enrique Kiki Camarena, a DEA agent and former Marine, was kidnapped, tortured and murdered in Mexico in February 1985.
Salem-News.com (Dec-09-2013 22:28)
Kiki Camarena and Colonel Jim SabowRobert O'Dowd Salem-News.com
Kiki, in his investigation of the drugs for weapons, was a threat to blow the whistle on illegal narcotrafficking of cocaine into the US. Col. Sabow, a straight arrow Marine, tried to blow the whistle on the continued transport of cocaine into the US in an illegal covert operation conducted by the NSC and approved by Bush and Reagan.
Two Mexican witnesses claimed that Felix Rodriquez, a CIA operative and active player in Iran-Contra, murdered Kiki Camarena.
Salem-News.com (Dec-09-2013 12:24)
Deadly Chemical Trichloroethylene Now Making Headlines Left and RightTim King Salem-News.com
The most common ways of ingesting TCE is by drinking contaminated groundwater, or frequent use of degreasing products such as brake cleaning sprays.
I spent much of last summer riding my motorcycle around the United States giving talks about trichloroethylene (TCE) contamination knowing full well that most people have never heard of this deadly chemical compound destroying drinking water viability all over the country.