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Saturday, May 13, 2006

 

Uni building cleared after scare

`Seven RMIT staff working just metres underneath two mobile phone towers in a Melbourne CBD building have been diagnosed with brain tumours.

The cases have forced the university to evacuate the two top floors of the Tivoli building and begin immediate health and safety testing.

The seven business faculty staff work on the top two floors of the Bourke St building and have developed tumours in the past seven years.

Two of the cases are cancerous. The remaining five are benign, or non-cancerous, brain tumours.’




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