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MDH found 21 new mesothelioma cases in miners

The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) recently found 21 more iron mining workers who had developed mesothelioma cancer, Fox 21 reported on February 17. In the MDH study conducted together with the University of Minnesota, researchers identified a total of 101 out of 69,000 iron miners that developed mesothelioma. State Commissioner of Health Dr. Ed Ehlinger said […]

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Property manager to pay $65K for asbestos violations

A property manager in Springfield, Massachusetts will pay a penalty totaling $65,000 for potentially exposing people to hazardous asbestos minerals while conducting renovations, WWLP reported on February 5. Reports said company NI Management recklessly extracted and dumped asbestos laden debris while renovating a multi-family establishment. Wei Qiang Ni, the owner of NI Management,  reportedly worked with […]

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English football star fears cancer after asbestos exposure in youth

Former English soccer player and now manager of Nottingham Forest, Stuart Pearce is worried he may develop cancer after possibly being exposed to asbestos minerals as an electrician apprentice in his youth, the Mirror reported on January 28. Pearce, 52, reportedly worked as an electrician apprentice in London during the 80’s before he became a professional soccer player. The […]

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