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For this Mass Tort plaintiffs allege various damages on account of alleged environmental contamination over a period of 103 years at or emanating from certain property of Bristol-Meyers Squibb in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The complaints allege that the contamination has and will in the future affect public and residential property and those living, working or visiting the area. Those affected or who will be affected allegedly have or are being exposed to a variety of toxic hazardous substances, including but not limited to, arsenic, mercury, vinyl chloride and asbestos. The exposure allegedly has or will be occurring via inhalation, skin contact and ingestion of fumes and vapors, soil, dust and water in the vicinity of the site. The damages alleged include personal injuries and per quod, wrongful death, survivorship and property damage claims. Other plaintiffs request medical monitoring.