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Firefighters and soldiers with a diagnosis of various cancers from excessive exposure to AFFF firefighting foam can finally receive justice and compensation

Firefighters and soldiers with a diagnosis of various cancers from excessive exposure to AFFF firefighting foam can finally receive justice and compensation

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The Consumer Justice Action team urges firefighters and soldiers with a diagnosis of various cancers from excessive exposure to AFFF firefighting foam to get a free, private case evaluation.

AFFF has been widely used at a variety of facilities for both training and emergency response purposes, including airports, military bases, firefighting training facilities, oil and gas refineries, as well as petroleum and chemical bulk storage facilities.

AFFF’s ability to extinguish hydrocarbon fires effectively and efficiently has led to its widespread use anywhere liquid and gas-based fires occur.

The Aqueous Film Forming Foam (AFFF) and Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) Connection

In the past 20 years, numerous studies have linked the use of AFFF to the release of Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) in the environment.

PFAS in AFFF is toxic and carcinogenic to humans, according to the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC).

The use of AFFF has released PFAS into the environment in response to emergency situations in mass quantities and in an uncontrolled manner.

Due to its ability to persist in the environment, PFAS can travel long distances in groundwater without breaking down–this can lead to the contamination of drinking water supplies.

How PFAS from AFFFs Enter the Human Body

Environmental investigations at military bases, airports and firefighting training facilities have indicated the use of PFAS at these sites and have impacted nearby drinking water supplies.

In addition, firefighters and other individuals using AFFF in training and emergency scenarios are vulnerable to PFAS exposure through direct contact, inhalation, and ingestion of the foam during application.

Health studies have found elevated concentrations of PFAS in the blood of firefighters and elevated rates of cancer among those more highly exposed to AFFF.

AFFF is known to cause the following types of cancers & conditions: kidney cancer, liver cancer, ulcerative colitis, prostate cancer, bladder cancer, breast cancer, testicular cancer, and thyroid cancer.

The Consumer Justice Action team believes that firefighters and soldiers with a diagnosis of various cancers from excessive exposure to AFFF firefighting foam should receive justice and compensation for losses.

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