We are a 501(c)(3) organization building Awareness, Accountability and Assistance victims exposed to contamination aboard US military installations. According to established science from the CDC, up to 1 million people were exposed to several known carcinogens in the drinking water supply from 1953 to 1987. These toxic carcinogens have been linked to ongoing health disorders, cancers and deaths. Yet, the problem is much bigger than Camp Lejeune. Over 150 sites are listed on the EPA Superfund site list.
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