Combermere study ‘must be priority’
REPORTED CASES of cancer at Combermere School should not be dismissed or taken lightly.
That advice to the authorities has come from former head of the National Council for Parent-Teacher Associations, Phil Perry, who sat in the chair during the Louis Lynch saga.
“If the cancers can be attributed to environmental concerns, it must be a major concern. With the other one (Louis Lynch) we had clear indication of the potential for problems caused by the proximity of the laundry,” he said.
While the root causes of the cancers have not been revealed, Perry said it would perhaps be necessary to look at the history of the environment.
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