She spent a lot of time on the beach before she became ill.

They admit they are baffled by their findings because they have been unable to discover a common link to all the tragic cases. The report, to be published in the British Medical Journal, was welcomed last night by grieving Sue D'Arcy, mother of six-year-old Gemma who died in 1990 after a painful six-month battle against leukaemia. She said:' More and more evidence is piling up against Sellafield, but they keep trotting out the same old thing -- that the radiation levels are within acceptable standards. If they'd listened to the warnings years ago perhaps Gemma would be alive today. Gemma was the third pupil at Cleator Moor infants school -- 10 miles from the plant -- to die from leukaemia in two years. She spent a lot of time on the beach before she became ill. Her parents were out walking there just before she was born. The latest report looked at 74 recorded cases of childhood cancer in the area between 1950

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