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#1 posted 01-13-2009 12:27 PM

your more likely to get poisoned driving in traffic every day than from one exposure to dust. It takes some time for it to build up in your body to dangerous levels, but by all means get yourself checked out if you want but dont start changing your last will and testament just yet. I worked with recycled wood for years and my levels, although high, are still within the safe zone. I would have been clear except i was young and foolish and didn,t take precautions. At least you have a test kit and a better awareness than I had so I sugest crack open a cold one and light up a stogie, it ain,t a death sentence.

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