Community meeting on beryllium disease, with Dr. Kathleen Fagan, occupational health specialist and expert on beryllium and toxic exposures

  • What are the dangers of living, working, or going to school near a beryllium plant?
  • How do people contract beryllium disease?
  • Why is diagnosing beryllium disease in the community difficult?
  • What can we do to minimize or eliminate the risks of beryllium exposure in the community?

What:

Please attend this important community meeting to learn more about this deadly disease and discuss ways to stop it.

Who:

Dr. Kathleen Fagan will join us to discuss the dangers of living near a beryllium plant and beryllium disease. Dr. Fagan is a occupational medicine specialist, trained in work related toxic exposures and recognized by National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health as a beryllium expert. This meeting is open to the public.

When:

Tuesday, January 15, 2002 6:30 pm

Where:

Genoa public library 602 West St. (on the corner of West St. and W 6th St.)

For more information:

Please contact Amy Ryder, toll-free (888) 777-7135.

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