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Newly uncovered military records suggest that toxic exposure at the Karshi-Khanabad air base in Uzbekistan, known as “K2,” may explain rare cancers and illnesses among US servicemembers deployed there after the 9/11 attacks. The records, a 2001 PowerPoint presentation, describe hazards at the base including radioactive material and soil fuel contamination, confirming the existence of dangers that were previously denied. Approximately 15,000 service members passed through the base, which was used for counterterrorism strikes. Veterans have filed a lawsuit against the US government for records, hoping to obtain accurate diagnoses and treatment plans for their health issues.

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