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Residents say first atom bomb test caused cancer cases

MailOnline Saturday, 11 February 2017
Residents say first atom bomb test caused cancer casesResidents in New Mexico say the world's first atomic bomb test caused generations of families to suffer from cancer and economic hardship, according to a new report.
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News video: First Atom Bomb Test Still Causing Suffering in New Mexico

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Residents of Albequerque, New Mexico say the world's first atomic bomb test caused cancer and economic hardship that has lasted for generations. According to surveys released on Friday, many families around the 1947 Trininty Test struggled with cancer, as well as the strain that put on their...

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