21 more new cases of mesothelioma in miners’ group

ST. PAUL — Twenty-one new cases of mesothelioma have been found in a group of 69,000 mine workers that the Minnesota Department of Health and the University of Minnesota has been studying since the late-1990s. 

Exposure to asbestos from outdated mining methods is determined to be the cause of increased incidence of mesothelioma in the Iron Range.

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