Mesothelioma: are nurses being put at risk in the workplace?
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Mesothelioma: are nurses being put at risk in the workplace?

Peter Allmark Research associate, Division of nursing and midwifery at the University of Sheffield
Angela Tod Professor, Older people and care at the division of nursing and midwifery at the University of Sheffield
Liz Darlison Consultant nurse, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust

Cancer caused by asbestos could affect more staff than statistics suggest, say our expert panel

Malignant mesothelioma is an aggressive, rare cancer caused by exposure to, and inhalation of, asbestos, a fibre-like material once widely used in the building sector.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 20, 1, 14-16. doi: 10.7748/cnp.20.1.14.s10

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