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Mt Laguna Radar Station, CA - Yes, I'm not sure where to look for the radiation at the Radar Station where my husband worked for 3 years. He is dealing with a lot of cases of cancer.

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To the best of my knowledge, radar has absolutely nothing to do with radiation in any way.

If a little knowledge is a dangerous thing, then that makes me a burning truck filled with TNT hurtling through a rocket fuel depot.
No answers. My husband was in Mt. Laguna Radar Station also and has had numerous phases of Oral cancer and now a stint was placed where his artery was over 75% blocked all because of radiation he has sustained in 2002. Email me at lkmaah9679@aol.com

Anywhere people live near those huge power lines there are cases of brain cancer.  Happened in Jacksonville Florida many years ago.  I was working the Baptist Cancer Institute and we kept getting patients from this one area.  Research and questioning showed they all lived within so many feet of these huge power lines.  I believe they got together and had a Class Action Suit.


Sounds like something was there.  When you say he is dealing with cancers, his own or other peoples plus his?  Sounds like you need an attorney and an investigator.


Get it and do it.

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