Black lung disease reappears in the US

Why is the so-called coal miners' disease coming back to the United States?

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    Black lung disease, a sometimes deadly respiratory illness that afflicts coal miners, is on the rise again in the US.

    Poor screening is getting some of the blame, but a researcher in Chicago is looking for other answers.

    Al Jazeera's Diane Eastabrook reports from Chicago.


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