A short documentary on children with cancers caused by a toxic land


The Santa Susana Field Lab was the site of one of the worst nuclear meltdowns in U.S. history. Decades later, it hasn’t been cleaned up and over 50 children in Melissa’s area, including her daughter, have been diagnosed with rare forms of cancer.

Melissa writes: When my daughter was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer, at first I thought it was just incredibly bad luck. But when I started meeting other nearby parents of children with cancers, I wondered: was there something in our neighborhood which was making children sick?”

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