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Beryllium Disease

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search 6,500 pages of Beryllium documents (be sure to select the Beryllium Collection)

What is the origin of the beryllium documents?

These documents were supplied to EWG by Ohio Citizen Action, which obtained them from three primary sources: individuals involved in lawsuits against Brush Wellman; current and former workers; and through the Freedom of Information Act.

Ohio Citizen Action would like to thank Theresa Norgard for her perseverance and tireless pursuit in collecting most of these documents. Theresa, whose husband worked at Brush Wellman and contracted chronic beryllium disease while he was there, has been a tremendous resource for Ohio Citizen Action, reporters, researchers and people nationwide affected by beryllium disease.

EWG and Ohio Citizen Action dedicate the posting of these documents to the many victims of beryllium disease and their families.

For more information about beryllium disease, visit Ohio Citizen Action's website.

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last updated: march.27.2009

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