It is known that two of the eight wells at North Carolina’s U.S. Marine Base Camp Lejeune were contaminated with high levels of benzene, industrial solvents, and other harmful chemicals between the years 1953 and 1987. Anyone stationed at the base during that time could have potentially been exposed to the contaminants in those wells.
You many have been exposed to the contaminated water if you lived or worked at Camp Lejeune during this time frame. The drinking water has been linked to several cancers and other serious ailments including birth defects, myleodysplasic syndromes, multiple myeloma, renal toxicity, hepatic steatosis, female infertility, miscarriage, scleroderma, and neurobehavioral effects.
As part of the “PACT ACT” you may already be eligible for certain benefits if you have one of the qualifying conditions:
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