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Civilian Exposure 2017 – New Year, New Goals

by Gavin P. Smith

Friends of Civilian Exposure,

Happy 2017! We’re going to kick off the New Year with more activities and projects to increase awareness for victims of Camp Lejeune contamination. As I reflect on 2016, I do so with enormous gratitude for the gift of your continued and ongoing support for the mission of Civilian Exposure.

Remember, here are some key items that you can always find on our website –

1. Information and regular updates on Camp Lejeune Contamination:

2. Highlights of Contamination at Other EPA Superfund Sites: Each week, we showcase information from the EPA about yet another military base population facing health risks from contamination exposure.  You can find a complete list of these bases and individual profiles here:

3. Your Shared Stories: We regularly hear from many of you about your stories.  Sharing your stories helps us address your needs as best as possible when we speak with the media and other officials.  We want to be sure that they hear your stories and understand the significance of this issue and impact on your lives.  If you have not already done so, feel free to share yours with us:

4. Congressional Contacts: Use our contact list to reach your representatives about your specific issue.

We’re working hard to bring significant attention to impact of this generational health catastrophe.  With your shared stories and support, we will continue to make a difference.

Onward and Upward!

Gavin P. Smith
Founder/President – Civilian Exposure

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