Rates of Asbestos Diseases Expected to Rise Over Next Decade

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According to a study commissioned by the American Insurance Association, analysts believe that the number of people afflicted with asbestos diseases will rise over the next decade because asbestos use peaked in the 1970’s and the latency period for disease after asbestos exposure ranges from 15-40 years.

According to a study commissioned by the American Insurance Association, analysts believe that the number of people afflicted with asbestos diseases will rise over the next decade because asbestos use peaked in the 1970’s and the latency period for disease after asbestos exposure ranges from 15-40 years.

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