Benzene Heightens Workers’ Risk of Cancer

| Toxic Exposure

Workers exposed to benzene on a regular basis are at an increased risk of developing certain cancers such as Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML), a blood and bone marrow disorder. Beasley Allen’s John Tomlinson explains what benzene is and how it increases the risk of cancer for workers in the rubber industry, oil refineries, chemical plants, shoe manufacturing, and gasoline-related industries. It is difficult to diagnose AML and the diagnosis often comes after years or decades of working with the chemical.

John Tomlinson, Beasley Allen Attorney
John Tomlinson

John is working on cases involving leukemia related to benzene exposure.


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