‘Woman may’ve got asbestos-related cancer from gap year 15 years ago’ | Entertainment News

2018-09-27T12:53:02+00:00 September 27th, 2018|

A fit and healthy young woman died from as fast as related cancer 15 years after helping build a school using the material in her gap year an inquest heard [Music] medical researcher Rose Wharton 33 fellow from mesothelioma which is normally associated with older workers involved in the construction industries [Music] the only time she could have been exposed to asbestos was while building a school in Argentina during her gap year when she was 18 her family told the hearing Oxfordshire coroner Daren Salter said it was a very unusual case because the illness usually only affects those who wor…


Continue reading… around asbestos for decades I [Music] don’t think I have seen a case like this she told the hearing dot mesothelioma normally affects men working as plumbers or heating engineers for 30 or 40 years but this is very different from that Miz Wharton who worked as a medical statistician and was born in Cambridge was described as fit and well with no medical problems except asthma share this article share she was diagnosed in September last year and died at her home in Oxford on May 20th as the source of the asbestos exposure could not be confirmed mr. Salter recorded a narrative verdict saving the cause of her cancer was not known a Just Giving crowdfunding page set up in her memory has raised almost 3,000 pounds towards research into peritoneal mesothelioma in a tribute