The long road to treatment and reconciliation may be winding down:
The report, released Thursday, found that exposure to TCE, short for trichloroethylene, is convincingly linked to kidney cancer, non-Hodgkin lymphoma and liver cancer, with more limited evidence that it causes bladder, esophageal, prostate, cervical, and breast cancers, as well as childhood leukemia. According to the findings, all routes of exposure can be carcinogenic to humans.
Delays and "inconclusive" studies are (unfortunately) not uncommon in cases like this; there's always some entity willing to spend time and money fighting against responsible action. But when it's our own government doing such, and the victims are veterans and their families, it's especially revolting: