Mainly through baby formula mixed with the contaminated water. I would like to make contact with one of those marines to discuss this with him. My brother was stationed at Camp Lejeune in 1970 and was in Viet Nam as well. I was a Department of Veterans Affairs Decision Review Officer from 1997 to 2005.
My son was a Marine at the base during the years that are in question.As I recall he had a very debilitating neurological disease.I did extensive research on his case and obtained medical opinion that his disability was as likely as not caused by the contaminated water.Sometimes stories raise more questions than answers, leaving uncertainty above all else.One example - my recent story on former Marines who now have male breast cancer, and worry their very rare illness was caused by time spent at Camp Lejeune.
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After discharge and in his early 20's he was diagnosed with Testecular cancer and had to have a removal operation.