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Service members say rare cancers and other illnesses linked to contaminated base

CBS News Monday, 26 October 2020
A CBS News investigation reveals new evidence in the cases of service members who believe their rare cancers and other illnesses stem from time served on a remote base after 9/11. They say they were exposed to toxic materials at a former Soviet airbase in Uzbekistan known as K2, located about 100 miles from Afghanistan. Catherine Herridge reports.
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