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?
Please attend this important community meeting to learn more about this deadly disease and discuss ways to stop it.
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.
Tuesday, January 15, 2002
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.