The bottom line is that you shouldn't be drinking well water if you live in those townships near Marine City.
You are much better off spending a few dollars a month getting water from some of the stores.
I am a 71 year old survivor of a "sent home to die", terminal Wilms tumor and was listed as "deceased" for over 7 years at the old Harper Hospital.
I was given herbs made up by an American Indian from Detroit and survived.
WJBK-TV first signed on the air on October 24, 1948 as the third television station to sign-on in Detroit (after WWJ-TV, channel 4, now WDIV-TV; and WXYZ-TV, channel 7).
The first program broadcast by WJBK was a presentation of Lucky Pup at p.m. The station was originally an affiliate of both CBS and the Du Mont Television Network.
Do you (or anyone else out there) know of any old dumpsites in Marine City or surrounding area?
I just learned of the many cases of Wilms Tumor cancer in Marine City.
WJBK's over-the-air signal covers all of Metro Detroit, along with southwestern Ontario, Canada, surrounding the city of Windsor.This shows there is something in the water that is not healthy that you shouldn't be drinking.Generally speaking it is the places in Chesterfield or the Meijer at 26 Mile that are the places closest to Marine City that sell fresh water that can fill your water jugs safely.A Five children from five different families have all been diagnosed with a rare kidney cancer known as Wilms Tumor.Join the discussion below, or Read more at My Fox Detroit.