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Aboriginal people near the Ranger uranium mine suffered more stillbirths and cancer. We don't know why

By Rosalie Schultz, Adjunct Senior Lecturer, College of Medicine and Public Health Centre for Remote Health, Flinders University
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This article mentions stillbirth deaths in Aboriginal communities.


The Ranger uranium mine, surrounded by Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory, operated for 40 years until it closed in 2021. During this time, Aboriginal people in the region experienced stillbirth rates double those of Aboriginal people elsewhere…


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