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A new documentary focuses on one Marine -- Master Sgt. Jerry Ensminger -- who lost his daughter to a rare disease blamed on contaminated drinking water that has long plagued Camp Lejeune. Meanwhile, former Marine Wayne Brownfield of Jefferson City may have been exposed to the same contamination.

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Former Marine says he’s a victim of nation’s worst public water contamination

Jefferson City resident Wayne Brownfield was shocked when his doctor told him in December 2007 that cancer had spread through more than half of his prostate. It was an unlikely diagnosis.


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