When these adverse health effects of asbestos do become evident, asbestos disease is often aggressive and even fatal.
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*Evironmental Working Group data (ewg.org)
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Asbestos exposure can happen anywhere. Asbestos awareness—knowing the places where asbestos is—is important to understanding your asbestos risk and protecting yourself from potential asbestos harm. Find out more at the Asbestos Hot Spot Map--a continually updated map showing where asbestos news is happening.
Asbestos Mesothelioma is perhaps the most widely recognized disease associated with asbestos exposure. But there are actually many types of asbestos-related disease. Find out more about the types of asbestos disease.