Bronchiogenic Carcinoma In Association With Pulmonary Asbestosis

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A scientific report on the cases of two workers who developed pulmonary illnesses after suffering asbestos exposure. This report is part of the early efforts by scientists to understand the connection between exposure to asbestos occurring in the workplace and respiratory disease. Many decades elapse before the true dangers of working with asbestos were fully understood by scientists.

Inhaling or otherwise ingesting asbestos fibers can lead to a number of serious and potentially deadly diseases, including mesothelioma, asbestosis, lung cancer, throat cancer, stomach cancer, and pleural diseases.

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