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Table 36 appears to show residential sampling that was done for a number of homes, A-Q, finding high levels of benzene in the air inside these homes.   These homes are in a neighborhood that has been impacted by a former manufacturing site and clearly show a number of homes with elevated benzene levels, and more importantly levels of benzene that pose serious health risks, including the risk of cancer.  The question is whether or not these residents, were ever told that they had health risks, including leukemia and other cancers?  Once again, perhaps preventable injuries were left un-prevented, and people injured unnecessarily.

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Benzene in Homes