By now, many of us have heard about asbestos, a chemical that’s used to make many kinds of building materials, including tile, tile board, tile coatings, insulation, and many others.
It’s an incredibly toxic compound that’s been linked to cancers in people as young as 50 and is even used in vaccines.
But the question remains: What does asbestos actually do to our bodies?
It’s a very complicated topic, and it’s difficult to know for sure.
So in order to better understand asbestos, scientists have begun to examine its effects on human health, which is what this report does.
The study is the first to investigate how asbestos can affect human health in a wide range of health conditions, including cancers and cardiovascular disease.
It also offers insights into how asbestos exposure can affect the development of asbestos-related diseases and health conditions.
It looks at a wide variety of diseases and conditions, such as lung cancer, skin cancer, asthma, kidney disease, diabetes, and cancer-related infections.
The researchers looked at nearly 2,000 people from around the world and used a range of medical, environmental, and occupational health measurements.
The paper was published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.