It all started 22 years ago. The 50-year-old American, Al Lupiano, was diagnosed with a brain tumor. survived. In August 2021, fate struck again. His wife was also diagnosed with a brain tumor. It’s the same as Lupiano was at the time. According to his doctors, the chance of this happening is 1 in a billion.
Later, his sister also got sick and died as a result of the tumor. Lupiano begins searching and finding other affected people via Facebook.
103 people connect with him. They have all either graduated or worked at Colonia High School in Woodbridge.
For Lupiano it was clear: this cannot be a coincidence. He turned to a neurologist, as well as the mayor of Woodridge – John McCormack (64). He also thinks this may be a bigger problem. “We’re all worried and want to get to the bottom of it,” he said. “It’s definitely not normal,” he said. “CBS News”.
According to the mayor, the school is the first building to be erected on this piece of land. However, various radiological examinations will have to be carried out at the 28-hectare school site during Easter in order to solve the mystery behind the many oncological diseases. (bra)
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