Cancer a water-borne disease in south...

Cancer a water-borne disease in southern Vietnam

There are 2 comments on the Thanh Nein News story from Aug 21, 2013, titled Cancer a water-borne disease in southern Vietnam. In it, Thanh Nein News reports that:

Laura Erban, lead author of the study on arsenic in groundwater in Vietnam, samples a well in the Mekong Delta.

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creating trouble


#1 Aug 22, 2013
vietnamese people has used water from well for 1000 of years,

now they found that ,,the under ground water was an ARSENIC.

Let me come with my own kit to testing it to find out is it safe for people to used,,.

at least they have a second opinion to proof.

can't trust won't trust..
creating trouble


#2 Aug 22, 2013
you testing sea water to find out that any Radiation has contaminating.?

as you can see there was more then 300 ton of RADIATION HAS LEAKED in to the sea after the NUCLEAR Power STATION in JAPAN EXPLODE.

is it safe to swimming in the Pacific sea now ?

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