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  1. Cadmium stearate can liberate cadmium oxide upon heating or burning, and is capable of causing acute or chronic cadmium poisoning. All of the clinical effects discussed below have not necessarily been documented to occur with cadmium stearate. Acute toxicity most notably occurs after cadmium ingestion or inhalation of cadmium fumes. Poisoning from inhalation is relatively rare but dangerous, having a mortality rate of about 15 percent. Initial signs/symptoms of cadmium poisoning resemble initial symptoms of the flu. Chronic exposure to cadmium compounds can cause cumulative toxicity, with the kidney and skeleton being the critical organs.
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