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By Ex-Chief Jerry Galu
February 2, 2019

Pinpointing the exact cause of cancer is extremely difficult because firefighters are not exposed to just one agent. They are exposed to multiple cancer-causing agents. Because of the multiple exposures and the multiple routes of exposure — they inhale carcinogens and carcinogens are absorbed through the skin — it is also highly unlikely for firefighters to get only one type of cancer. The video shows 15 simple actions that firefighters can take to minimize the risk from occupational exposure to fire ground contaminants.

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