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Video interview | MD. Ştefan Busnatu, on the connection between the working conditions at CE Oltenia and frequent death cases among employees: Essentially, it ends up changing the structure of the blood vessels and the structure of the heart as well

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Ştefan Busnatu, specialist physician in cardiology at the Emergency Clinical Hospital “Bagdasar Arseni” in Bucharest, confirms – in a video interview for Reporter24.INFO, , part of the SCIENCE + project, the connection between the increasing number of deaths among the employees from CE Oltenia and the difficult labor conditions.

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For the first time, a confirmation is provided by a specialist regarding the connection between the working conditions in the quarries and thermal power plants of CE Oltenia and the large number of employees dying before retirement.

In the last decade, an increasing number of employees from Complexul Energetic Oltenia (CEO) have died because of cardiac arrest caused by the work environment.


The full interview can be watched here:

This initiative is endorsed through the SCIENCE + project, carried out by Free Press For Eastern Europe, which aims to support the establishment of a single network for sharing the best practices in health and science journalism in six Central and Eastern European countries: Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, Bulgaria and Romania.

 

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