Joni Aldrich SOS: Supporter of Survival

CancerSOS: Military Base Cancer Exposure

March 18, 201448 min
Guest: Richard Clapp, Adjunct Professor U. Mass., Environmental Services Expert studying high incidence of breast cancer (and other cancers) in and around military bases in both men and women, Mass. Military Reservation (1994) and Camp Lejeune, N.C. (1950-1985). Hundreds of thousands of veterans, dependents and civilians have been exposed. Army Women in the study found 48% incr. risk of breast cancer (melatonin). Exposure to magnetic fields is just one issue. Marines with breast cancer study ongoing at Camp Lejeune. Many issues that have been exposed have been addressed. There are others. And, the total impact in human lives now and in the future is still unknown and frightening. Co-host Dr. Peter Hofland Joni live M-F at 2:00 p.m. ET on

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