I retired almost two years ago from law enforcement, and was recently diagnosed with prostate cancer. During 20+ years on the department, I was exposed to numerous meth labs, meth lab dump sites, and "clean" meth, not to mention a myriad of additional "haz mat" incidents. My question: are there specific carcinogens found in the various chemicals used in the production of meth, and, if so, what are they, and what precursors produce them? Also, is lung cancer the only form of cancer found to be a result of meth lab exposure, or could it extend to prostate cancer as well?
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