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THE UK government will launch an investigation into claims that a rare form of cancer is killing servicepersons who witnessed the Britain's nuclear weapons tests in Australia during the 1950s. UK's ministry of defence agreed to investigate the claims after, media reports in late 1998 suggested the number of test veterans contracting multiple myeloma, a rare bone marrow disease, was 10 times higher than in the rest of the population, English newspaper, The Mail on
A UK-based Dundee University researcher, Sue Rabbitt Roff, called for the new investigation after claiming to have found 45 victims, 32 of whom have died, among 2,000 test veterans. The ministry and the government's National Radiological Protection Board, will conduct the investigation. These
disputed links between
the disease and
ailing veterans who
around 46 atomic
around Australia and
between 1952 and 1962.
A ministry of defence spokesperson
will be carried out to
establish whether the
disease is linked to