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RADIATION DAMAGE IN NORWEGIAN CHILDREN SATISFACTION AT LAST
Norway Created: 20 Jan 2006
RADIATION DAMAGE IN NORWEGIAN CHILDREN SATISFACTION AT LAST
The risk to be a father to a stillborn or deformed baby is four times higher for men in the Norwegian Navy serving on vessels that are involved in electronic warfare as compared to other men. This was shown in a study published last Tuesday. Out of all men serving on the torpedo boat Kvikk
during the 1990s, 50 out of the 62 men that responded to a questionnaire became a parent. They got in total 114 children, of which 87 were conceived during their service on board this vessel. Among these children, 8 children were born with malformed bones and muscles or heart and brain deformations, while 6 were stillborn. This is a fourfold doubling of what occurs in a normal population.
After a 15 years' long an! d stubborn struggle against the Norwegian Navy and authorities, the deformed childrens' parents finally proved to be right.
The authorities denied all along that there was a connexion. Certain Norwegian scientists were put on the investigation of the complaints, but they concluded there was no case, because all these congenital deformations were not unusual and statistically normal for a population!

Sianette Kwee
Source: Sianette Kwee

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