Cancer researchers looking for partic...

Cancer researchers looking for participants in Baldwin Park, Long Beach

There are 1 comment on the San Gabriel Valley Tribune story from May 7, 2013, titled Cancer researchers looking for participants in Baldwin Park, Long Beach. In it, San Gabriel Valley Tribune reports that:

The residents of Baldwin Park, as well as several other Southland communities, may actually help scientists provide an answer to that age-old question.

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Car Parker

Monrovia, CA

#2 May 8, 2013
Don't forget Irwindales trash facility on the out skirts of a Baldwin Park neighborhood. We already must deal with the polluting garbage trucks of waist management . Now we must deal with twice that many Athens trucks.

Does any one remember when the Garcia bimbo's promised to fight Irwindales and Athens disposal.

I do

That was just before the Garcia bimbo's took campaign money from Athens.

Baldwin Park has been identified as the number 7 th most polluted city in California. And our shitty citty idiots are wont stop till we are number ONE

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