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Blood tests show elevated health risks for Gulf spill cleanup workers

from Houston Chronicle

People hired to clean up Gulf of Mexico beaches and marshes during the 2010 oil spill have significantly altered blood profiles that put them at increased risk of developing liver cancer, leukemia and other disorders, according to a report published recently. The study, conducted by doctors at Houston's University Cancer and Diagnostic Centers and reported in the American Journal of Medicine, sheds new light on the potential health repercussions for the more than 170,000 people who worked in some capacity to clean up the 2010 spill. more

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