Were You Or Your Relatives Exposed To Mustard Gas? Search The Database

Posted by Jean-Yves on Nov 6, 2015

NPR has compiled the first public database of American veterans who were secretly exposed to mustard gas in military experiments conducted during World War II.

Officials at the Department of Veterans Affairs told NPR that since 1993, the agency had been able to locate only 610 test subjects, to offer compensation to those who were permanently injured. NPR’s database, compiled over six months, includes more than 3,900 individuals and information about the last known location of more than 1,700 of them.

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