Children of Atomic Veterans helps bridge the global gap to provide easier access to relevant information. If our information or resources benefit others affected by radiogenic cancers or genetic impacts of radiation exposure by any other circumstances, that will be a bonus. Our focus is to the service men and women around the globe and their families, as it poses particular challenges due to the levels of secrecy required, government and regulatory agencies, and records restrictions involved with service personnel. Civilians impacted by these research and test events have far more resources and substantially easier access to the necessary care, information and compensation options.
Our goal is to build an International Registry of GMOs (Genetically Modified Offspring) and living Atomic Veterans, Enewetak Cleanup Veterans and Downwinders, for the purpose of voluntarily making ourselves available for genetic study and research not just for the future generations of our own families and their need to stay informed. Of equal importance is that science does not miss the opportunity to study the genetic damage raining down on the generations of our families.