Overall increase is small, though, adding 1 cancer per 1,000 women treated
by daddysgirl519 on Wed May 06, 2009 12:00 AM
I was wondering if anyone has any idea if this is related to asbestos exposure? My father worked at an old Navy Ship yard installing asbestos on the Navy ships. His life was taken away to soon...
by Coco1 on Tue May 19, 2009 12:00 AM
we are looking into the same thing. My dad died Monday May 11, 2009 from squamous cell stage 3B...diagnosed dec. 18, surgery Jan 7th...33 rads...for a miserable 5 months.
He spent 23 years in the Navy on ships and in ship yards...along with 1 1/2 years in Vietnam with agent orange exposure to.
My prayers go out to you and your family. Good luck with the asbestos inquiries.
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