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Asbestos is a mineral that exists in its natural fibrous form. It is resistant to heat, water and electricity that’s why it’s chosen to be incorporated and used in various applications in construction and commercial products. This includes the manufacture of concrete and cement, bricks, fire retardants, pipes, fire-resistant gloves, and other furniture. Because of its versatility, asbestos can be found in many buildings, automobiles, factories, and ships. Exposure to dangerous amounts of asbestos can cause damaging effects to the lungs. Workers who are exposed to asbestos are more likely to be susceptible to a condition known as mesothelioma or cancer from asbestos. Early symptoms are difficult to detect because the length of time from exposure to the early signs of the cancer takes years. For this reason, workers who are exposed to the element should consult a doctor right away to check for risks to this type of cancer.
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