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1 Dez 2015

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Shashikant Trivedi, Business Standard

Bhopal Gas tragedy - 31 years on: A third generation might be at risk

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Several children, according to the initial findings of Sambhavna clinic, an independent health facility in the gas-affected area of the city, are born with cerebral palsy and microphthalmus. Neither the Madhya Pradesh government nor central health agencies have studied if a third generation of the Bhopal gas disaster victims is also vulnerable. Preliminary findings by Sambhavna clinic suggest the incidence of congenital disorders is higher among the population exposed to the toxic gas and contaminated groundwater.

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