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firefighting foam linked to cancer

firefighting foam linked to multiple cancers:

  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Kidney cancer
  • Liver cancer
  • Thyroid disease
  • Thyroid cancer
  • Testicular cancer

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Current allegations

for decades, firefighters on military bases, in civilian settings, and more have used firefighting foam (sometimes called afff) to help contain dangerous fires. however, new research has found that firefighting foam may be linked to a long list of various cancers.

 it is widely believed many current and former firefighters may have been exposed to dangerous levels of firefighting foam, which may have led to cancer development.

those that have been exposed and suffer from various cancers are encouraged to come forward to receive a 100% free legal case review.

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The high durability of the chemicals found inside firefighting foam make it dangerous to humans, as the chemicals do not break down over time.

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