Here, in the fourth video of our series dedicated to making the Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Act (EEOICPA) more accessible, Hugh talks about the 22 specific cancers that may have been caused by a worker’s exposure to radiation and toxic substances during the atomic bomb making process and so therefore are covered under the Act. He also discusses the Act’s distinction between primary and secondary cancers and discusses why certain cancers may or may not be compensated under the Act.