Machines used for treating sleep problems are the target of new litigation linking the devices to cancer and other health hazards.

Lawyers with Beasley Allen of Atlanta and Montgomery and Mobile, Alabama, filed a federal lawsuit Friday alleging their client developed lung cancer after using a Philips Respironics-brand continuous positive airway pressure device, known as a CPAP, for several years to treat obstructive sleep apnea.

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