Mesothelioma Surgery Improves Survival Rate, Regardless of Age

Despite harsh side effects, surgery has proven to be one of the most beneficial treatment options for mesothelioma patients. A new study shows that surgery greatly improves survival rate, no matter how old the patient is. Scientists from Duke University and Sanford University researched information from the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) database, to see if […]

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Cannabis and Mesothelioma Treatment: What’s Standing in the Way?

Mesothelioma is a deadly disease. Many deaths occur within a few years or less after diagnosis, so people are always on the lookout for treatment options that can not only help prolong survival rates, but also help treat the rough side effects that come along with the illness. Cannabis has been shown to help treat a number […]

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How to Report and Check for Asbestos Violations

Improper asbestos abatement remains an urgent concern throughout the nation. Each year, asbestos companies and its owners are being fined and even jailed for putting people’s lives in danger. If you suspect an asbestos violation, it’s important to report it properly for the sake of not only holding the liable party responsible, but also to […]

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Michigan Asbestos Contractor Hired Homeless People For Work, Offered No Protective Gear

Asbestos contractors in Michigan are targeting homeless people and paying them “under the table” to remove asbestos-containing pipes without offering any protective gear or warning them about the dangers of the work. One of the contractors faced criminal charges last year after violating numerous federal and state laws. The Detroit Free Press reports that in […]

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