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Mesothelioma and Laboratory Pads

Studies have shown that fibers of both chrysotile and tremolite asbestos were found in the air where laboratories pads have been used.   

Multiple studies have confirmed that, if there is any chance of asbestos fibers entering the lungs, there is a risk of pleural mesothelioma or another asbestos-related condition.

This is because it is very difficult for the body to rid itself of these sharp fibers after they have embedded themselves in the tissue. The longer these fibers stay in the body, the greater the likelihood that the person will eventually be facing a mesothelioma diagnosis.


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