Monthly Archives: May 2016


The Benzene, Rust-Oleum, Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia & Milward case is about a pipefitter and refrigerator technician that used Rust-Oleum products and paints and alleges that the Rust-Oleum and paints contained benzene which later caused his acute promyelocytic leukemia.  The case was appealed based on a summary judgment with regard to […]

Benzene, Rust-Oleum, Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia & Milward   Recently updated !



  A study published on NIH site draws a correlation between multiple myeloma and chemical exposure (e.g., solvents, benzene).  Apparently, the researchers looked at a spectrum of studies, occupations and locations to document the etiology of mulitple myeloma and various jobs.   The study notes, in particular, that “people employed as […]

Multiple Myeloma, Benzene & Occupation Exposure   Recently updated !