DENVER (CBS4) – Leaders from Metropolitan State University of Denver will share new information on Monday about mysterious cases of cancer on the campus. Four employees were diagnosed with cancer.

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Those employees worked in the West classroom building. Health officials tested the water and also tested for asbestos.

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Monday morning, officials announced there is no connection between the cases.

“Based on visual observation, direct-reading meter monitoring and analytical results, the environmental parameters were within the typical ranges for occupied office buildings and well below the applicable regulatory limits,” officials said in a news release.

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Two women suffered from breast cancer, while another had liver cancer. Two years prior, a staff member died from lung cancer.

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Officials will speak at the King Center at 3 p.m.