mesothelioma

Kaiser Gypsum Files for Bankruptcy Amid Asbestos Exposure Claims

Throughout the 19th and first half of the 20th century, asbestos could be found in nearly everything. Paint, shingles, pipes, certain textiles, household goods, and drywall were just some of the many products that contained the heat-resistant mineral. As more and more scientific evidence linking asbestos exposure to illnesses like mesothelioma was released, governments around the world limited and even banned the use of asbestos. Today, asbestos is banned from being used from most, but not all, consumer products in the United States.
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