A Study of Asbestosis in the Asbestos Textile Industry

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A comprehensive report from the National Institute of Health examining the results of asbestos exposure on workers in the textile industry, including the amount of asbestos dust to which workers are exposed, controlling exposure to airborne asbestos particles, and the diagnosis and symptoms of asbestos-related diseases. Exposure to asbestos may lead to a number of potentially fatal diseases, including lung cancer, asbestosis, and mesothelioma.

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