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Industrial Cancer is cancer that has been caused or materially contributed due to work. This could be due to exposure to certain chemicals or dust, exposure to radiation and also due to a number of industrial processes.

Dusts that can cause cancer are known to be but not limited to wood dusts, asbestos, diesel exhaust and environmental tobacco smoke. Industrial processes that may cause cancer include mining, aluminium production and iron and steel founding.

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