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  •   A Study of Asbestosis in the Asbestos Textile Industry
    File size: 2.7 MiB
    A public health bulletin published by the National Institute of Health analyzing asbestos exposure in the textile industry and exploring the rate and symptoms of asbestos diseases among workers.
  •   Additional documentation, EPA Inspector General investigation into failure to prevent consultant conflicts of interest
    File size: 1.6 MiB
    A memorandum written by the Environmental Protection Agency's Dr. Cate Jenkins criticizes the EPA for failing to prevent conflicts of interest among consultants for its studies of the risks of asbestos exposure. Jenkins faults the agency for failing to fully limit the influence of industry consultants in its studies of the hazards of exposure to airborne asbestos caused by the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center and other areas of research.
  •   EPA Airborne Asbestos Health Assessment Update
    File size: 1.1 MiB
    A research study published by the Environmental Protection Agency concerning the health effects of asbestos exposure, federal safety regulations for asbestos workers, deaths associated with asbestos exposure, the risk of diseases such as lung cancer and mesothelioma from asbestos and other health effects of the deadly mineral.
  •   EPA Asbestos Manufacture, Importation, Processing, and Distribution in Commerce Prohibitions
    File size: 1.3 MiB
    A ruling from the Environmental Protection Agency prohibiting the manufacturing, importation and distribution of asbestos products due to the health risks of exposure. Studies have shown that exposure to asbestos can lead to a number of deadly diseases, including mesothelioma, lung cancer and asbestosis.
  •   Motion to Preclude Testimony of Plaintiffs' Expert Eric Brown, M.D.
    File size: 54.8 KiB
    A motion filed by C.B. Fleet in the Phospho-soda lawsuit Bracey v. C.B. Fleet (No. 06-3238) to exclude the testimony of Dr. Eric Brown about the link between Fleet's Phospho-soda and kidney damage caused by acute phosphate nephropathy.
  •   Occupational Exposure to Asbestos: Emergency Temporary Standard
    File size: 3.2 MiB
    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration's 1983 rules regarding the limits on the asbestos exposure of American workers. The documents explores the health risks of asbestos exposure, including mesothelioma, lung cancer and asbestosis, the rate of illness and death from these diseases, and rules and safety regulations to limit the amount of asbestos ingested by workers.
  •   Preceedings of the Seventh Saranac Symposium on Pneumoconiosis, Sept. 22-26, 1952
    File size: 978.3 KiB
    The proceedings of a medical conference held by the National Cancer Institute and the Department of Health, Education and Welfare analyzing the relationship between exposure to asbestos and other toxic chemicals and substances in industrial jobs and an increased rate of lung cancer diagnoses.
  •   Report to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety CommiSsion by the Chrinic Hazard Advisory Panel on Asbestos
    File size: 1,004.3 KiB
    A government report analyzing the chemical properties of asbestos, the risk of cancer from exposure to asbestos and the danger of asbestos cancers such as lung cancer and mesothelioma or other diseases such as asbestosis and pleural plaques.
  •   The Attorney General's Asbestos Liability Report to the Congress
    File size: 1.4 MiB
    A report by the U.S. Attorney General concerning the health hazards of asbestos exposure, which include asbestosis, lung cancer and mesothelioma. The report also explores the dangers of asbestos exposure in schools and other locations and the issues surrounding the legal liability of asbestos manufacturers for the diseases caused by their products.
  •   A Further Study of the Incidence of Cancer of the Lung and Larynx
    File size: 1,023.9 KiB
    A study published in the British Journal of Cancer analyzing whether lung cancer was more likely to occur among workers of any particular profession. The study found that workers in asbestos-related industries were more likely to receive a diagnosis of lung cancer than worker in other professions.
  •   IARC Monograph on the Evaluationof the Carcinogenic Risk of Chemicals to Man: Asbestos
    File size: 1.2 MiB
    A report published by the International Agency for Research on Cancer concerning asbestos and the health risks of asbestos exposure. The report details information on the chemical composition of asbestos, information on asbestos production, and data on the carcinogenic properties of asbestos. Exposure to asbestos has been linked to a number of potentially deadly diseases, including mesothelioma, lung cancer, pleural diseases and other conditions.
  •   WHO Environmental Health Criteria for Chrysotile Asbestos
    File size: 1.4 MiB
    A report from the World Health Organization concerning a type of asbestos known as chrysotile asbestos. The report examines what this type of asbestos looks like, potential sources of exposure to this mineral, and the risk and health effects of exposure to asbestos, including mesothelioma, lung cancer and asbestosis.
  •   Consultation report: Timothy Bracey
    File size: 97.0 KiB
    A hospital consultation report for Timothy Bracey, who filed a lawsuit alleging that he developed acute phosphate nephropathy after using C.B. Fleet's Phospho-soda for bowel cleaning.
  •   Deposition of Hugh Carey, M.D.
    File size: 55.6 KiB
    The deposition of nephrologist Hugh Carey in as part of the Fleet Phospho-soda lawsuit Bracey v. C.B. Fleet (No. 06-3238). Plaintiff Timothy Bracey alleged in his lawsuit that he developed a type of kidney injury known as acute phosphate nephropathy after using Fleet's Phospho-soda for bowel cleansing before a colonostamy.
  •   Fleet Phospho-soda Recall Information Binder
    File size: 2.2 MiB
    In a warning issued to doctors and patients, the Food and Drug Administration warns about the potential side effects risk of using oral sodium phosphate products such as Fleet Phospho-soda for bowel cleansing due to the increased risk of kidney damage due to a condition known as acute phosphate nephropathy. The packet also contains information about the December 2008 Phospho-soda recall.
  •   Fleet Phospho-soda Recall Return Information Packet
    File size: 2.0 MiB
    A packet of information announcing the recall of Fleet's Phospho-soda bowel cleansing solution and instructions for companies on how to return the recalled products to the manufacturer. Phospho-soda was recalled in December 2008 after it was linked to an increased rick of kidney damage from a condition known as acute phosphate nephropathy.
  •   Medical documents review for Timothy Bracey
    File size: 351.2 KiB
    A physician's report on the kidney injuries suffered by Timothy Bracey after using Fleet's Phospho-soda for bowel cleansing before a colostomy. Bracey filed a lawsuit against C.B. Fleet Co. alleging that using Phospho-soda caused him to develop a type of kidney damage known as acute phosphate nephropathy.
  •   Medical documents review for Timothy Bracey
    File size: 1.3 MiB
    A physician's review of medical documents for Timothy Bracey, who developed renal failure after using Fleet's Phospho-soda for bowel cleansing before a colostomy. Bracey filed a lawsuit alleging that Phospho-soda caused him to develop a type of kidney damage known as acute phosphate nephropathy.
  •   Memorandum of Law in Support of Motion to Dismiss Filed on Behalf of C.B. Fleet
    File size: 135.1 KiB
    A motion to dismiss a Louisiana Fleet Phospho-soda lawsuit filed in the case of Bracey v. C.B. Fleet (No. 06-3238). The motion contends that the manufacturer is not liable for the side effects mentioned in the case that were suffered after using Phospho-soda because they are not supported under Louisiana law.
  •   Motion to Exclude Testimony of Planitiffs' Expert Eric Brown, M.D.
    File size: 54.8 KiB
    A motion filed in a Louisiana Fleet Phospho-soda lawsuit (Bracey v. C.B. Fleet, No. 06-3238). The motion seeks to exclude the testimony of Dr. Eric Brown about the side effects of Phospho-soda and its link to acute phosphate nephropathy and other kidney injuries.
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