Laredo Air Force Base Asbestos Exposure
Laredo Air Force Base was a location where asbestos exposure may have occurred if you worked there. Although currently inactive, because mesothelioma is a disease that may not surface for many years there is still the risk of getting mesothelioma. Ten to Forty years may pass before any symptoms of this debilitating disease surface.
Mesothelioma was profoundly rare until industrial and commercial companies expanded the use of asbestos during the 20th century. After spending decades investigating the disease and its causes, medical researchers identified one primary culprit: Exposure to asbestos, direct AND indirect.
Mesothelioma is a tumor that lines the lungs and could be fatal if untreated. There are different stages of this disease and diagnosing it is important.
Call today if you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma and worked at Laredo Air Force Base, 888HDZLAW8. Habalamos Espanol.