Yet, despite their years of military service, they feel the Marine Corps has abandoned them.
And I think that’s what hurts some of these men so deeply.
So he is one of the unheard statistics that the summary says is not the fault of the water contamination. I also wonder how many others might be out there that had the same cancer and are either gone or not aware of this study.
But my mental health issues alone destroyed most of my life as a teenager and a young adult. I know where there is hope for these men (ny son may be one of them).
But scientists and researchers now cannot seem to figure out whether there is a conclusive link between illnesses and the contamination.
The Corps says it is cooperating with scientists to try to research if there is a link.
Are they perhaps putting out the stop signs on this in the event the truth be exposed?
Testing each and every Marine is the Corps responsibility. Why wait for scientists when Marines are getting cancer now and dying now!