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Workers from across England are meeting to attend a conference highlighting the dangers posed by asbestos, reported The Star newspaper in April 2008.
The conference, hosted by the Trades Union Congress, will hear from an area
coroner and a consultant respiratory physician, among other health
The event takes place in Sheffield Cathedral Conference Centre and has been staged with the help of local law firms.
Industrial disease specialists there contend that there is still an alarming number of people who have been or are being exposed to asbestos in the workplace.
An increasing number of cases, they say, are being diagnosed in individuals who may have less intense exposure, such as workers in the building industry. It is believed that these now represent the majority of new cases, according to the article.
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