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The Potential Connection Between Benzene and Leukemia

Posted on May 11, 2010
Benzene is a chemical commonly found in diesel exhaust fumes. Many railroad workers are exposed to these fumes on a daily basis and may wind up suffering a very serious illness like leukemia as a result. To learn more, check out this article written by my colleague Randy Appleton:

Benzene in Diesel Fumes May Cause Leukemia in Railroad Workers
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