Families Losing Loved Ones Due to "Second Hand" Exposure to Asbestos

Posted on Jul 24, 2010
A growing number of family members who were exposed to asbestos from their father or mother's clothing are suffering from mesothelioma cancer. This is being described as "second hand" "bystander" and "off-site" exposure, and has affected railroad and other industrial worker families. Regardless of the title, people are dying because of exposure to these lethal microscopic asbestos fibers.  To learn more, read this article:

Second-Hand "Bystander" Asbestos Exposure Can Have Deadly Cancer Consequences for Family Members