Download Full Copy of Camp Lejeune Civilian Mortality Study

Two drinking water systems at U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina were contaminated with solvents during 1950s-1985.   The new Camp Lejeune civilian mortality study finds higher mortality hazard ratios for leukemias and other health risks.

In this report, two similar civilian cohorts are compared – USMC Camp Lejeune and USMC Camp Pendleton.

For the abstract, click here: http://www.ehjournal.net/content/13/1/68/abstract

To download the full report, use the following links:

Camp Lejeune Contaminated Water – Civilian Mortality Study FULL PDF from Environmental Health Journal

Camp Lejeune Contaminated Water – Civilian Mortality Study FULL PDF from CivilianExposure.org

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