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Kazan Steven Asbestos Exposure Archives Kazanlawcom Kazan McClain Scatterley Lyons Greenwood and Oberman Professional Law Corporation 4 Sept 2013Web10 Sept 2013 Asbestos Exposure Archives extensively delves into the topic of the location of asbestos such as in common products that people use every day For example in World War II asbestos was used as an abrasive agent found in toothpaste Kazan 1 Secondly asbestos was used in surgical thread and decorative snow During World War II asbestos was used in surgical thread to make the thread much more pliant and durable Asbestos was also commonly used in decorative snow found in Christmas decorations 1 Kazan effectively covers each aspect of asbestos including the medical effects of asbestos for example Mesothelioma This source would be extremely valuable to essentially every human being especially older adults who lived during World War II when most common household products during that time period contained asbestos Asbestos Exposure Archives goes into depth by providing statistics on an asbestos-related disease Mesothelioma Asbestos Exposure Archives provides precise statistics such as Mesothelioma comes in many different forms pleural originating in the chest and affecting the lungs and peritoneal originating in the abdomen then spreading to the liver spleen or bowel Pleural is the most common form and 75 to 80 are diagnosed cases Kazan 13 This source provides the reader with the brief ancient history of asbestos by informing the reader that the Ancient Greek and Romans used asbestos in their everyday life because of its fire resistant properties and its adequate use of insulation In contrast with the other sources this source explains the many details of asbestos exposure and its health-related effects However the source Investigation of Micronucleus elaborates on the health effects of asbestos only in Turkey Asbestos Exposure Archives also contrasts from Environmental Protection Agency because Environmental Protection Agency just mainly explains the composition location exposure risks and medical effects of asbestos
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