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UK gov alleges “population mixing” rather than radiation causes leukemia near nuclear installations. Either is a good reason to cancel new nuclear.
Tim Farron MP looking at the Map of “excess” cancers from Sir Douglas Black’s Independent Advisory Group 1984
Tim Farron MP has agreed to quiz the Director of Public Health Cumbria on his failure to reply to our questions regarding Moorside and the health of children in the vicinity of the proposed Moorside reactors..
Dear Tim Farron MP,
Last May 2016 we wrote to the Director of Public Health along with hundreds of other concerned Cumbrians asking the following questions:
A Government Committee recently said that “Population Mixing” caused by an influx of nuclear workers resulted in “a Mystery Virus.” They said this is the likely cause of increased leukaemias near Sellafield. This view is rather undermined by the Sellafield workers having a Compensation Scheme for Radiation Linked Diseases. There are higher incidences of many diseases in the vicinity of Sellafield including childhood eye cancers and Downs Syndrome.
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