The Dangerous Hard Metals Disease

More Americans have died from occupational disease in the past 40 years than in all our wars combined. Virtually all of these 100,000 annual deaths are preventable. 'If I poisoned someone they would put me away for life, but the company I worked for poisoned me and got away with it', says one disabled worker. Cathy Calzaretta was only 18 when she began to work for Valenite in California. Within three years her lungs were destroyed.