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Exposure to acrylonitrile occurs mostly from breathing it in the air. Acrylonitrile primarily affects the nervous system and lungs. If it is spilled on the skin, the skin will turn red and blisters may form. This chemical has been found in at least 3 of the 1,177 National Priorities List sites identified by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

See a doctor if you have been harmed by acrylonitrile. In addition, it may be important to contact an attorney who can help you protect your legal rights. Please keep in mind that there may be time limits within which you must commence suit.

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See Also

  1. Toxic & Hazardous Substances
  2. Birth Defects
  3. Blood Disorders: Overview
  4. Cancer
  5. Head, Spinal Cord, Brain & Nerve Disorders: Overview
  6. Headaches
  7. Liver Problems
  8. Lung & Airway Disorders
  9. Nausea: Overview
  10. Skin Disorders: Overview
  11. Acrylonitrile: Frequently Asked Questions
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