Review: Camp Lejeune Toxic Water

Cancer Information, Cancer Websites — By on July 1, 2009 at 7:16 am

camplejeuneThe mission of this website is to help ensure the rights of the residents, Marines/Naval personnel, dependent family members and civilians who resided in military base housing aboard Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, North Carolina, that were exposed to long term chemical release of volatile organic compounds into the drinking water of their homes from 1957 until 1987.

“As you may already know, breast cancer is rare in men and even rarer in men under 60.Male breast cancer accounts for less than 1% of all diagnosed breast cancers. In July of 2007, I underwent genetic testing for the hereditary breast cancer mutations BRCA 1 and 2. Most men who develop male breast cancer carry this gene. I tested negative for the genes. I do not drink nor do I smoke. There is no history of breast cancer in my family. According to the geneticists at Shands University Hospital, the occurrence of male breast cancer in the general population without the BRCA mutations is .05%.”
Mike Partain

The purpose of this site is to help provide information about the toxic water contamination aboard U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune.

You can register, look around the site and ask questions and  you are invited to visit their Discussion page.

Recently they have completed a Referenced time line of events for the first half of the toxic water contamination aboard Camp Lejeune,

Please review this important document and compare it to prior “official” Marine Corps versions found on the page. 
 Visit: Camp Lejeune Toxic Water and share your comments and opinions below with the CancerDirectory.com community.

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