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DuPont C8 Lawsuits Alleging Kidney Cancer Due to Exposure to C8 Tainted Water From DuPont's Washington Works Plant Being Investigated by Wright & Schulte LLC
Date:10/27/2013

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In addition to kidney cancer, the C8 Science Panel concluded in October 2012 that there were probable links between exposure to C8 contaminated drinking water and several other illnesses, including:

  •     Thyroid disease
  •     Testicular cancer
  •     Inflammatory bowel disease (ulcerative colitis)
  •     Preeclampsia (high blood pressure during pregnancy)
  •     High cholesterol
[c8sciencepanel.org/prob_link.html; C8 Science Panel, October 2012]

Under the C8 class action lawsuit settlement, residents of the Mid-Ohio Valley who were exposed to C8 contaminated water associated with the Washington Works plant are entitled to file an individual personal injury lawsuit if they developed any ailment deemed a probable linked disease by the C8 Panel. To do so, potential plaintiffs must have lived or worked in one of six water districts included in the settlement prior to December 1, 2004:

  •     Little Hocking, Ohio
  •     Belpre, Ohio
  •     Village of Pomeroy, Ohio
  •     Tuppers Plains, Ohio
  •     Lubeck Public Service District, West Virginia
  •     Mason County Public Service District, West Virginia

According to court documents, a federal multidistrict litigation has
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