Meth Lab Chemicals Cause Pancreatic Cancer In Utah Officer

rich-dukatz-homeA 46 year old, former narcotics officer from Utah, developed pancreatic cancer, that he attributed to his years of exposure to toxic meth lab chemicals.

A study about the toxic effects of meth lab chemicals on Utah First Responders failed to show a connection between their exposure and their illnesses.
However, researchers involved in the meth lab health study admit that the study they conducted study was small. (Click “read more” for video)

Update:  Sadly, Rick Dukatz lost his fight against pancreatic cancer and passed away in December 2008, just two months after he was diagnosed.

Read more about the Utah meth lab chemical study by clicking here.

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