Cancer is no joke. And brain cancer? The latest type you’d think of!
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Over 100 former students and staff at Colonia High School developed rare brain cancers, leaving many in the community wondering what was the root cause of these tumors.
Back in 1999, “Al Lupiano was diagnosed with what was described as a “very rare” and “abnormally large” brain tumor known as Acoustic Neuroma. In the summer of 2021, Lupiano’s wife and his sister were both diagnosed with rare forms of brain cancer on the same day – with his wife being diagnosed with Acoustic Neuroma and his sister with Glioblastoma Multiforme.”
Sadly, Lupiano’s sister passed away this past February at the age of 44.
Lupiano decided to create a Facebook group to see if there were any other former students from Colonia High School who’d developed tumors. He stated many people started to come forward.
“I started doing some research, and the three became five, the five became seven, the seven became 15.”
However, Lupiano stated that there’s “only one environmental link” that one could draw regarding these brain tumors: ionizing radiation.
“What I find alarming is there’s truly only one environmental link to primary brain tumors, and that’s ionizing radiation. It’s not contaminated water. It’s not air. It’s not something in soil. It’s not something done to us due to bad habits.”
One theory that has cropped up in these strange occurrences of brain cancer is that a now-closed sampling plant that was located in Middlesex – roughly 30 minutes away from Colonia High School – may be the link in this case.
According to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) New York Division, the Middlesex Sampling Plant “was an entry point for African uranium ores known as pitchblende,” which were reportedly “imported for use in the nation’s early atomic energy program [and] were assayed at the Middlesex Sampling Plant and then shipped to other sites for processing.”