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Activists tell ministry to quit stalling on asbestos ban

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Health activists have called on the Public Health Ministry to consider the health of the public as it compiles a report on the impacts of asbestos. 

The ministry's findings are expected to be released next week and will be considered by the cabinet as it mulls placing a ban on asbestos use.

About 50 members of the Thailand Ban Asbestos Network (T-Ban) rallied at the Public Health Ministry yesterday to voice their concern over a possible delay to the ban.

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