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Continued: Readers Write (April 22): Schaffhausen case, political discourse, guns, taconite mining

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As presented during a recent community meeting, this specific component and the rest of the dust components are the ongoing focus of our research. When that work is completed, we will provide additional context as to the role of dusts from taconite operations in the mesothelioma cases.

Dr. Jeffrey H. Mandel and John Finnegan


Mandel is an associate professor at the University of Minnesota and principal investigator for the Taconite Workers Health Study. Finnegan is professor and dean of the university’s School of Public Health.

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