From 1953 to at least 1987, evidence suggests that U.S. Marines and their families, as well as vendors and contractors who worked and lived on or near the base, were exposed to heavily contaminated water, which they and their families both drank and bathed in without knowledge of the potential health risks.
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Health Effects associated with Camp Lejeune contamination
This list of conditions is not inclusive of all injuries. Some of the illnesses associated with exposure to the chemicals found in the Camp Lejeune drinking water are:
•Lung Cancer •Bladder Cancer •Throat Cancer •Breast Cancer •Prostate cancer •Liver Cancer •Kidney Cancer •Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma •Leukemia •Multiple Myeloma •Myelodysplastic Syndromes •Other Organ Cancers •Other Serious Diseases