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Collateral Damage
  • Dise Langarus has lived on Ebeye since she was relocated after nuclear fallout from U.S. atomic testing rendered her home island uninhabitable, more than 30 years ago.

  • Dr. Neal Palafox, a Marshall Islands native, is a University of Hawaii professor and family practitioner.

  • Tony de Brum, former Republic of Marshall Islands health minister, has testified widely on the impact of nuclear testing on humans and continues to advocate for better conditions on Kwajalein and neighboring Ebeye.

  • Abacca Anjain-Maddison grew up on Ebeye and is currently a senator in the Marshall Islands parliament.

  • Jim Yong Kim, MD, François-Xavier Bagnoud Professor of Health and Human Rights at Harvard University School of Public Health, is an expert on tuberculosis.

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