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Originally posted by calihan123
Where in mexico were you? Because I have also been to mexico my friend, and most places the water is not drinkable.
So, im not sure where you were.
But im not uninformed. Im alive. I drink water out of the faucet. I dont have cancer. I dont have diseases. Im actually perfectly healthy.
Cancer isnt linked to water. Thats just another theory people want to throw out there because they have nothing else to talk about.
cancer comes from MANY things.
1,284,105 No not quite a million. A bit more.
The graphic above provides a rough daily update of this number based on a rate of increase derived from the Iraq Body Count. (See the complete explanation.)
The estimate that over a million Iraqis have died received independent confirmation from a prestigious British polling agency in September 2007. Opinion Research Business estimated that 1.2 million Iraqis have been killed violently since the US invasion.
Iraq Body Count (IBC) records the violent civilian deaths that have resulted from the 2003 military intervention in Iraq. Its public database includes deaths caused by US-led coalition forces and paramilitary or criminal attacks by others.
Documented civilian deaths from violence
88,851 – 96,976