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AFFF Linked to Cancer

Continuous exposure to firefighting foam puts individuals at risk of developing AFFF cancer. AFFF exposure has been linked to various types of cancer, including kidney, testicular, thyroid, ulcerative colitis, prostate, pancreatic, bladder, and liver cancer.

If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with cancer, and believe you may have a claim. See if you qualify.

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AFFF Lawsuit

AFFF, a firefighting foam extensively used by the military and firefighters since the 1970s, has been found to contain cancer-causing PFAS chemicals. This has resulted in an increased risk of life-threatening cancers such as kidney, testicular, thyroid, and more for countless service members and firefighters who have been exposed to these chemicals over the years.

Attorney Tom is collaborating with Environmental Litigation Group, P.C., which is leading the fight on behalf of firefighters. With over 30 years of experience in handling environmental toxic exposure cases, they provide assistance to family members and individuals who have been diagnosed with various diseases and cancer due to chemical exposure in past occupational workplaces, industrial settings, navy/military service, and from food and products.


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