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The Dover City Fire Department supports firefighter health and saftey initiatives. As a family across the nation and abroad, we need to help look out for one antoher and gather the knowledge and training to efficiently provide the valuable service to the citizens that we protect. Our health and safety is no different; it is something that we all generally put on the back burner to protect those in need. Below you will find a growing threat to our health and saftey as firefighters that we all need to be aware of. The information found in the links below helps to provide some valuable information that we all need to be aware of to keep healthy and safe while doing what we love. Please visit the sites below and support firefighter health and safety.

* CPR Certification Online

Nancy Hopeck and the children that she mentors sent me a link to a very valuable resource. It could be a life saving site that anyone can use. This site will help you become certified in CPR. Please check out the link and get certified. It may just save a life. CPR Certified - https://www.cprcertified.com/

* Mesothelioma

Many Firefighters have been exposed to asbestos while putting their lives on the line for others. As a result these professionals may develop mesothelioma, a rare form of cancer that attacks the cell linings of the body's internal organs. For more information about mesothelioma and other firefighter health concerns, please visit the Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance at Mesothelioma.com.

* Pleural Mesothelioma Prognosis'

Mesothelioma - Our website has the most up to date information on mesothelioma including; mesothelioma prognosis , treatment options, and steps to take after a diagnosis. We also provide a Patient Advocacy program that works 1-on-1 with individuals to help them find local treatment centers, doctors and support groups.

* Mesothelioma Symptoms

While firefighters have one of the most dangerous careers, you may think their main concern would be fire. There are also environmental hazards that are often overlooked including asbestos exposure. Asbestos materials that are burned can cause fibers to be easily released into the air to be inhaled by firefighters; this inevitably could cause Mesothelioma cancer. You need to know the symptoms of this deadly disease. Click to find the symptoms and survival rate.

* Mesothelioma Guide

Mesothelioma is an asbestos related cancer that has stricken many first responders over the years. This site will help you gather the information that you need to make informed decisions regarding your health. Click to find more information.

* Mesothelioma Legal Issues

As a firefighter or any other emergency profession, if you come in contact with asbestos, there may be some legal issues that you have to deal with. To help you with information regarding these legal issue, you can contact a Mesothelioma Attorney that specializes in these types of issues. Click to find an attorney or information regarding the legal aspects of asbestos exposure.

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