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As of now I'm supposed to be on mental health medications that I cannot afford. So though I support my country I didn't sign up for this or sign my life away as the saying goes. What I do know is that there is a man in Hawaii who has PROVED that people who have cancer of any type can be cured.
I was exposed from the ages of 3 months till about 4 years old. Right now I'm 28 years old and looking for people like me and around my age group. This is a non-invasive and IF they will follow the program can be cured within 2-4 months.
They subsequently asked me if I would do a genetic test to see if I had a mutant gene.
I do, and I have a son which is the main reason I took the test so he could at least get tested if he wanted to know.
As I recall he had a very debilitating neurological disease.
The Corps admits this contamination was serious – toxic chemicals, which are classified as probable carcinogens, meaning they are believed to cause cancer in humans.Mainly through baby formula mixed with the contaminated water. I would like to make contact with one of those marines to discuss this with him. My brother was stationed at Camp Lejeune in 1970 and was in Viet Nam as well. I was a Department of Veterans Affairs Decision Review Officer from 1997 to 2005.He was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 51 and after having a mastectomy he developed cancer in his liver, lungs, kidneys, bones, and brain. He had to fight and fight to get the military to say that his cancer could have been caused by agent orange, and now it may have been caused by something in our own country?? During that time frame I reviewed a denied claim from a Marine who had lived at Camp Lejeune at the apex of the contamination.He was service connected and received a total 100 percent compensation. Apparently before this water issue came up in the 60's.I would encourage any former service member who believes he has a disability caused by this contamination to file a claim for compensation with the Department of Veterans Affairs. However, I developed breast cancer in 2003 and had the mastectomy.
So that means, you have a group of former Marines who are forced to wonder what has made them sick.