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Rachel Sasser

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Last Modified: December 15, 2020

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Rachel Sasser is a licensed attorney from North Carolina with an interest in international topics and health-related asbestos news. She received her law degree, with honors, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She also has a Bachelor of Arts in History from UNC, as well as minors in English Literature and Spanish for the Professional. Rachel believes that the United States has a lot to learn from other nations, both in the way they’ve dealt with asbestos issues domestically and the way that they care for mesothelioma patients. 

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Talc and Asbestos

Talc and Asbestos

Rachel Sasser

Reading Time: 7 mins

Last Modified: December 15, 2020

Page Features:14 cited research

Rachel Sasser - author

Rachel Sasser is a licensed attorney from North Carolina with an interest in international topics and health-related asbestos news. She received her law degree, with honors, from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She also has a Bachelor of Arts in History from UNC, as well as minors in English Literature and Spanish for the Professional. Rachel believes that the United States has a lot to learn from other nations, both in the way they’ve dealt with asbestos issues domestically and the way that they care for mesothelioma patients. 

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