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N.C.B.C. National Cancer Benefits Center cancer benefits


Below is an insurance claims dept. for the National Cancer Benefits Center

for those who have come down with cancer in these states. Why would they do this? Because of the nuclear testing that went on in those states and the many people who came down with cancer and either died or who are still dying from cancer from the radiation that is still there. Remember, radiation takes many centuries to go away so people are still dying from all that testing. So, they are saying if you have or someone in your family who has already died had these cancers ( go to site for that info ), then you will be eligible for coverage. Just go to the site and fill out the paperwork. I wouldn't think this is being widely announced and I'd venture to guess not many people know about this opportunity. So, I thought I'd post it here for your information.

example of form is here, but go to site for the real form:

Links to specific benefit programs:

Downwinders Arizona - Nevada - Utah $50,000

Nuclear Weapons Workers AEC and DOE/Depatment Of Energy

Uranium Workers 1941 to 1971

Nevada Test Site Workers Civilians and Veterans

Atomic Veterans 1945 to 1974

PLEASE POST PERMANENTLY

NOTICE

CANCER & LEUKEMIA CASES

If you or a family member have had internal cancer or leukemia within the last fifty years (even if family member is deceased) or if you get cancer, and can answer yes to any one of the following:

  1. $50,000 if you lived in any of the following counties for a period of at least two years between January 21,1951 and October 31, 1958 or during the month of July 1962. In ARIZONA -Apache, Coconino, Gila, Navajo or Yavapai. In NEVADA -Eureka, Lander, Lincoln, Nye, White Pine or the northern portion of Clark. In UTAH - Beaver, Garfield, Iron, Kane, Millard, Piute, San Juan, Sevier, Washington or Wayne or

  2. $75,000 if you were physically present at the NEVADA test site, TRINITY test site or other island test sites in the ATLANTIC or PACIFIC during a period of atmospheric nuclear testing prior to January 1, 1963 or were present during the underground testing on Amchitka Island, ALASKA prior to January 7, 1974 or

  3. $150,000 if you performed some duty in an URANIUM mine, URANIUM mill or were transporting URANIUM in either ARIZONA, COLORADO, IDAHO, NEW MEXICO, NORTH AND SOUTH DAKOTA, OREGON, TEXAS, UTAH, WASHINGTON, OR WYOMING. This category also includes other diseases like fibrosis, silicosis and pneumoconiosis, or

  4. $150,000 to $400,000 if you worked in a nuclear weapons industry facility or for one of it's contractors anywhere in the UNITED STATES and were exposed to either radiation, beryllium or silica, or in a gaseous diffusion plant in Paducah, KENTUCKY - Portsmouth, OHIO or Oak Ridge, TENNESSEE.

POSSIBLE COMPENSATION AVAILABLE! NOTE: IF YOU FILED FOR DOWNWINDERS AND WERE "NOT PAID" - PLEASE CALL. THIS IS NOT A CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT. THIS COMPENSATION HAS BEEN MADE AVAILABLE BY THE UNITED STATES CONGRESS. National Cancer Benefits Program FOR FREE INFORMATION 1-800-414-4328 www.cancerbenefits.com NCBP-100101-DWA-WP


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