National Semiconductor

From Powerbase
Jump to: navigation, search

Cancer in Inverclyde

In 2004, Helen Clark died from Cancer which her husband 'Henry believes developed as a result of her job at the National Semiconductor plant in Greenock'. 'Helen Clark spent six years working in production at National Semiconductor, operating a machine baking compounds on to silicon wafers using arsine gas, which contains arsenic.'[1]

PR agencies


In 2003, Mitch Medique, Board member of IVAX Corporation is reported to have also served on the board of several public companies (including National Semiconductor and Carnival Corporations)[1]. He is also a past chairman of The Beacon Council (Miami's economic development authority)[2]


  • ^ Emma Seith 'Work killed my wife'; New research shows workplace-related cancers kill four times as many people as official figures show. Why is safety so lax?, Emma Seith, The Herald, 27 December 2005
  • FD (Fair Disclosure) Wire 'Q1 2003 Ivax Earnings Conference Call - Final'. 24th April 2003
  • Company News 'IVAX Corporation - Directorate Change'. 22nd April 2003