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Russia: “Left To Die As Guinea Pigs” – Tatar Village Struggles On, 60 Years After Nuclear Catastrophe

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People don’t know what to eat and how to survive,’ Ismagilova says. ‘They have been left here to die as guinea pigs… In 1957, the village had about 4,000 residents; in 2010, just 423. The village had two distinct parts: a mostly Tatar part, which was not evacuated, and a mostly Russian part, which was. Some locals say they were used in an experiment on the effects of radiation. The village has eight cemeteries. Seven of them are a resting place for residents who died of cancer. Children here are often born with cancer and die before reaching adulthood.” (RFERL, 28 Sept. 2017)

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The original article has photos, but it is easier to read first without the photos.
Left To Die As Guinea Pigs’: Tatar Village Struggles…

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