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A Jury Will Soon Decide if DuPont's C8 Caused a Man's Cancer

In this case, a man says he got testicular cancer because of C8.

Jurors in an Ohio federal court are poised to decide whether DuPont's C8 chemical caused a man to get cancer and - if so - whether it acted in "conscious disregard" by dumping it from its plant in West Virginia into the Ohio River. In this case, David Freeman, of Washington County, says he got testicular cancer because of C8, which was used to make Teflon.

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