Firefighter’s Bladder Cancer Presumed To Be Caused By Job

Stephen Bradley was a firefighter with the City of Olympia, Washington. As a firefighter, Bradley was exposed to diesel exhaust during various firefighting activities. He also was exposed to mild to moderate smoke, fumes, and toxins as well as the exhaust from the fire equipment and emergency vehicles while responding to fire suppression-related calls. After fire suppression activities, Bradley would have soot on his wrists and around his neck….

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Firefighter Fails To Show Cancer Caused By Job

James Crowley is a firefighter with the Superstition Fire and Medical District in Arizona. Over the course of his 20-year career, Crowley was exposed to diesel exhaust fumes daily. In addition, while on fire calls he was exposed to the smoke and fumes of burning plastics, chemicals, paints, stains, glues, wood, and other miscellaneous substances. In October 2017, Crowley was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma, and he filed a worker’s…

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