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the Department of Veterans Affairs
Fifty years too late...
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Was it the VAs plan to let most of these men die
before they gave them help?
The military started testing radiation on soldiers and sailors in 1946.
In 1996 they announced a program to help them. My arithmetic has that at fifty (50) years later.
Thirty year olds who were exposed would be 80 by then. Twenty year olds, 70.
"Exposure to radiation might cause health problems."
Did it really take them 50 years to figure that out and offer these men help?
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