Australian Participants in British Nuclear Tests in Australia 2006

As Alan Batchelor has pointed out, submissions to the Australian government, both during the course of the health survey and afterward, relating to the gross under estimation of dose and other matters of contention form a major part in the complaint against the conduct of the Health Survey.

The continuing denial to admit the reality of the chromosomal damage shown to be carried by nuclear veterans by ARPANSA and by the British Government is another cause of complaint.

Alan Batchelor’s submissions are contained in early posts.

Though the Federal Government promised at the inception of the health survey to include Aboriginal people, it failed to include them. It explained, in an email to me that it did not know who they were.

It could have asked. This is the third survey from which Aboriginal Australians have been excluded.

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