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Lung Cancer

Asbestos, being a well-known carcinogen, poses significant threats to human health when its microscopic fibers enter our bodies via inhalation or ingestion. One of the primary concerns regarding asbestos exposure is the heightened likelihood of contracting lung cancer, which often occurs many years following initial encounters with the hazardous substance.

Although prolonged direct and indirect involvement with asbestos might increase the risk of developing lung cancer, most individuals who experienced limited exposure to smaller doses of the dangerous element do not end up getting afflicted by the illness. Anyone experiencing anxiety related to their susceptibility to lung cancer resulting from prior asbestos contacts must seek professional counsel from their General Practitioner to acquire advice and assistance.

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