The Philadelphia Inquirer looked at how a company responded to the warnings of a chemical's danger. By 1962, executives at Rohm and Haas suspected that lung cancer deaths at the company's Bridgesburg plant were due to exposure to this chemical. This is a story of the doctors, scientists and government officials who dealt with this situation and about the men who died and their familiies.
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