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 What is considered a dangerous level of asbestos exposure?

Answer Several types of naturally occurring asbestos materials (made of tiny fibers) exist, such as chrystolite and amosite, and their use is generally banned because of potential health hazards.Misconcep... Read More »
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What is dangerous asbestos exposure?

Asbestos is a naturally occurring substance (mineral), and the National Cancer Institute (NCI) reports that everyone is exposed to it routinely in very small amounts. However, some people are at ri... Read More »
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How much exposure to asbestos is dangerous?

Any amount of exposure to asbestos can be dangerous. While most people who contract respiratory disease and cancer from asbestos have been exposed to high levels over an extended period, those with... Read More »
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What is asbestos exposure?

Asbestos are a group of naturally occurring minerals that have been used in many industries, including insulation, construction, and roofing. High levels of asbestos exposure can increase your risk... Read More »
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What are the treatments for asbestos exposure?

According to the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral made of tiny fibers. These fibers may be in the air, and if you breathe them in,... Read More »
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