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Former England soccer star supports Health and Safety campaign

Former English soccer star Stuart Pearce is concerned he may develop cancer as a result of asbestos inhalation before he became an athlete, an article by the Mirror stated on January 28.

The 52-year-old manager of the Nottingham Forest worked as an electrician before he became a soccer player. Pearce reportedly re-wired establishments for four years. According to Pearce, workers were not informed that they may develop mesothelioma cancer from the asbestos they encountered. An estimated 20 workers every week die of diseases related to asbestos exposure. Pearce currently supports the campaign run by the Health and Safety Executive that warns people of asbestos exposure in the workplace.

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