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Any Firefighter or anyone that used or was exposed to AFFF (not PFAS) and that anyone Exposure after 1955 and diagnosed with cancer can be eligible. Millions of brave firefighters risk their lives to protect the community.

However, many of these firefighters have now been diagnosed with various cancers after having been exposed to aqueous firefighting foam, also known as AFFF. To help put out fires, firefighting foam uses a wide array of toxic chemicals. However, these chemicals have been identified by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as possibly being linked to cancer development in firefighters. 



Chemical Giants Knowingly Put Millions Of Lives At Risk With AFFF

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The Risks Behind Firefighting Foam

The High Durability Of The Chemicals Inside Firefighting Foam Means That Its Chemical Structure Does Not Break Down Over Time. Because Of This, The Chemicals May Remain In The Body For Years.

Firefighters On Military Bases Or At Airports Are Also At Risk To Being Exposed To AFFF While In Training And At Work. Some Of The More Common Cancers Associated With AFFF Include Kidney Cancer, Testicular Cancer, Pancreatic Cancer, And Many More.

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