BNTVABritish Nuclear Test Veterans Association (UK)
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The BNTVA says descendants of veterans are more likely to be born with disabilities and birth defects.
Sheila Gray, secretary of the BNTVA, said: "We are feeling quite confident because we are putting our trust in truth, honesty and justice.
(BNTVA) The BNTVA said infertility is among many symptoms of cases it is handling.
A courtroom packed with members of the British Nuclear Test Veterans Association (BNTVA) listened as counsel told Mr Justice Foskett: "Thus the government accepts the paper, and independent scientific evidence of the highest repute demonstrates that there is a link between the results of that paper and cancer incidence.
Derick Redfern, a former naval seaman and secretary of the British Nuclear Test Veterans Association (BNTVA), said, 'I feel like we're the forgotten veterans - that the suffering we endured as a result of our time on Christmas Island has not been remembered.
But the BNTVA have vowed to fight on for the veterans and their families.
With them were Doug and Sandie Hern, BNTVA stalwarts who have campaigned since losing their daughter Gilly at the age of 13.
Last night BNTVA chairman John Lowe also paid tribute to Mr Pritchard.
For 20 years the British Nuclear Tests Veterans Association (BNTVA) has campaigned for war pensions for ex-servicemen whose health has suffered since the tests.
1987-98 BNTVA wins war pensions for vets with diseases linked to radiation.