Exposure to depleted uranium case fails
A man who claimed that he had been exposed to depleted uranium at work has lost his case. He claimed that as a result of the exposure, he had been forced to give up work through ill-health, including respiratory problems, and kidney and bowel defects. However, his employer said that depleted uranium had never been used at the factory. The judge ruled that he had failed to establish that there was depleted uranium in his body. He also failed to show that his illnesses had been caused by the uranium exposure.
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