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Exposure to asbestos can cause laryngeal cancer.
approximately 3,660 deaths/year
The most serious asbestos related diesease, is a rare cancer of the lining of the lung
approximately 2450 deaths/year
This type of cancer as well can be caused by prolonged exposure to asbestos.
approximately 3,830 deaths/year
Bile duct cancer
Bile duct cancer is known as cholangiocarcinoma.
approximately 7000 deaths/year
Renal cell carcinoma is the most common form of kidney cancer.
approximately 13000 deaths/year
Testicular mesothelioma is the rarest form of mesothelioma.
approximately 2-5 deaths/year
Lump or mass in the neck
Pain when swallowing
Vocal cord nodules
Vocal cord polyps
Pain in the lower back
pain and/or swelling of the testicles
There are about 200 documented pericardial mesothelioma cases in medical literature.
approximately 5-7 deaths/year
Asbestos caused lung cancer is a relatively rare type of lung cancer.
approximately 1700 deaths/year
Asbestosis greatly increases the risk of developing pleural mesothelioma.
approximately 1300 deaths/year
Prolonged exposure to asbestos might cause the development of esophageal cancer.
approximately 15,690 deaths/year
Amphibole asbestos may be potentially associated with cancers of the colon.
approximately 50,000 deaths/year
It is the second most common type of malignant mesothelioma.
approximately 850 deaths/year
Urinary tract cancers
Urinary tract cancers in early stages are painless.
approximately 16850 deaths/year
It is the most common cancer among men.
approximately 26,730 deaths/year
Coronary artery disease
Shortness of breath
Shortness of breath
Persistent dry coughing
Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis
Change in bowel habits
irritable bowel syndrome
Loss of appetite
Irritable bowel syndrome
Benign prostatic hyperplasia
Burning sensation while urinating
Frequent night time urges to urinate
Loss of bladder control
Occupational Asbestos Exposure
Occupational exposure for those who worked with asbestos-containing products, or secondary exposure that can result from living near deteriorated products that release fibers (roof tiles, electric appliances, etc.) or by inhaling asbestos fibers brought home by workers.