asbestos

[Warning] Asbestos is Making a BIG Comeback

It’s not exactly a state secret. 

Asbestos causes cancer. 

In fact, more than 60 countries across the globe have banned this deadly substance.

But not America. 

Asbestos isstill used to manufacture everything from roofing materials to auto parts and more.

And things are about to get MUCH worse. 

The Environmental Protection Agency has recently revealed a plan to dramatically increase asbestos use in the U.S. 

This idea is CRIMINALLY INSANE and will cost lives. 

Here’s what you need to know to keep yourself and the people you love safe – and cancer-free. 

The EPA has published a Federal Register notice outlining plans to expand the use of asbestos across the nation. 

They’re claiming this will only impact construction and manufacturing jobs.

Isn’t the CRAZIEST defense you’ve ever heard?We’re not going to kill EVERYONE… just people who work in construction and manufacturing. 

Plus, it’s not true. 

The fact is, an increase in asbestos use affects us all.

You don’t have to be in direct contact to be put at risk.

Take, for example, Heather Von St. James. 

As a child, Heather’s dad worked in construction. He would come home, take off his coat, and have Heather shake the dust outside.

That dust was filled with bits of drywall, filling her lungs with microscopic asbestos fibers that latched on and slowly turned to cancer more than three decades later

You see, asbestos used to be in darn near everything – insulation, fireproofing, soundproofing, and the list goes on.

And it’s still around… although it’s currently used a lot less than it used to be. 

Why? Because asbestos causes cancer.And there’s not a doctor or a scientist who disagrees. 

To this day, more than 15,000 Americans die every year STILL die from asbestos-related diseases. 

If the EPA’s proposal is turned into law, this number will skyrocket, leaving a deadly legacy for our generations to come. 

It’s called a “Significant New Use Rule.” And it would lift regulations, giving importers and manufacturers free reign to use asbestos in all kinds of ways that are currently prohibited. 

So, what can you do to stop this?

Reach out to your members of Congress and ask them to fight this new asbestos proposal tooth and nail. 

Their job is to protect US first… not billion-dollar corporate interests. 

And if you’re concerned that you may have been exposed to asbestos, contact your doctor to discuss symptoms.

Remember: Asbestos was regularly used in construction through the year 2000, so you can’t be too careful.  

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health