Several hundred Marshall Islands nuclear test victims and their supporters gathered in Majuro yesterday to mark the 53rd anniversary of the detonation of "Bravo" the largest hydrogen bomb ever tested
Many speakers talked about the cancers, thyroid problems and other health problems that have resulted from the tests, as well as the displacement of islanders from the atolls of Bikini and Rongelap.
Many of them have filed claims seeking multi-billion dollar compensation payments from the U.S. government,
The U.S. government says the $270 million provided from 1986 to 2003 is a full and final settlement of all
But islanders say this money, and health care funding has been woefully inadequate.