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An increase (fifteen times) in birth defects seen in Falluja, Iraq

A Nov. 13, 2009 report in the Guardian discusses a dramatic increase in birth defects and infant cancer.  It is thought the birth defect increase is due environmental toxins  from war materials.  Fallujah, Iraq was the site of one of the fiercest fighting.  Doctors and officials from Iraq and Britain are calling for an independent UN led investigation into this major health problem.

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