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Benzene, Exxon, Mulkey and AML is about an Exxon employee that alleged his exposure to benzene and benzene-containing products and chemicals caused him to be stricken with acute myelogenous leukemia cancer on March 26, 2013.  A brief summary of the Benzene, Exxon, Mulkey and AML case follows: Defendant worked between […]

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Benzene, Leukemia, Exxon and Mulkey is a case about a man in Baton Rouge Louisiana that worked at a chemical facility of defendant – Exxon Mobil – and later developed acute myelogenous leukemia (“AML”) from alleged benzene exposure. A brief summary of the Benzene, Leukemia, Exxon and Mulkey case follows: […]

Benzene, Leukemia, Exxon and Mulkey



A recent study was published on NIH site (Toxicology and Journal Health – Sage Journal) outlining the four U.S. ExxonMobil refineries and the potential assessment of benzene exposure (air exposure) and the jobs or tasks performed by personnel at the refineries. The study reviewed data from four U.S. ExxonMobil refineries: […]

Refinery Jobs and Benzene Exposure