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"In Through the Cancer Tunnel, I am implicating the government. They have too little government regulating factors and very few laws to protect the environment and the people who will eventually inhabit the land. People should be able to live their lives and never think of dying from things that are sold to them from the land or commercial companies; i.e.: cigarettes or liquor, doing permanent damage to unborn fetus' chromosomes and their DNA. During my lifetime, the government has never cleaned up, even after World War II. As a result, it's making the soil sick and all that live on or near it sick or dying. In my home of Farmingdale, four out of five people are dead or dying of cancer."