UV Spectroscopy is becoming a popular technology for monitoring benzene concentrations in the biochemical industry in an effort to protect employees from the detrimental effects of benzene exposure, which can lead to an aggressive form of leukemia, Engineer Live reports. More than 54,000 cases of leukemia were diagnosed in 2015, 20,000 of which were a type known as acute myeloid leukemia, or AML, according to the American Cancer Society. In many cases, this deadly disease could have been prevented. The Toxic Substance and Disease Registry linked the development of AML to recurrent exposure to benzene, a chemical widely used to ... Read More
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