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December 10, 2014


Eye cancer victims disappointed with state health officials

HUNTERSVILLE – A group of young females spoke to WSOC Channel 9 last summer about their battle with ocular melanoma, a rare eye cancer, in hopes to get their questions answered regarding the cancer cluster in Huntersville.About 6 people per 1 million are diagnosed with OM in the United States each year, according to the Melanoma Research Foundation. For more information about OM, resources and support, visit

With this statistic in mind, the girls want to understand why there is an unusual number of eye cancer cases particularly in the Huntersville area. They want to know whether particular environmental impacts or other factors have caused the eye cancer cluster. But based on a report from Channel 9, the girls are disappointed with the responses and progress the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services have made.The news report said Channel 9 found at least five OM cases in Huntersville alone, but Kenny Colbert, father of Kenan Koll who died earlier this year from OM, and Summer Heath, who lost sight in one eye from cancer, received no responses from state health officials.

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Long-term exposure to microwave radiation provokes cancer growth:
Evidences from radars and mobile communication systems.

The possible role of radiofrequency radiation in the development of uveal melanoma.

I also noticed a police officer got eye cancer in the area, which further leads me to believe this may be cumulative microwave radariation (new word) damage in the area from either that TDWR radar, the police radar or an accumulation of BOTH

From → Biology, Geophysics

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