It Took My Breath Away: One Man's Experience May Save Your Life

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Bookman Publishing & Marketing, Jul 1, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 315 pages
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This nonfiction manuscript guides its reader to discover how and why a workforce of 3,000 was exposed to toxins and just how easily an experience like theirs can happen to anyone. Peppered with useful facts and tips, it imparts invaluable information about testing, analyses, and safetly precautions which, had they been readily available in this crisis, would have enabled those affected to react more effectively. It alerts the reader to the evolving health consequences which exposure victims face, and it leaves a chronicle for surviving family members to pursue litigation againist the perpetrators of murders.This work leads its reader throught the intrigue, denials, and media spotlight of the Bean Center incident and then expands too address the impact of other local, national, and international concerns that affect us all.

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Andrew Robbins was born and raised in northern Michigan. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Adminstration from Lake Superior State University and worked for the Department of Defense for twenty-eight years. Comments pertaining to this material may be sent to: awrobbins1@earthlink.net

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