Asbestos: Mesothelioma Law

Lawyers covering the area of Asbestos – Mesothelioma practice personal injury law. These attorneys assist victims of mesothelioma to recover damages for their illness. This fatal cancer usually doesn’t manifest until 2 to 5 decades after the exposure to the asbestos, which necessitates specific expertise for these types of claims.

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  • Potential Public Health Crisis in Canada

    According to new national data acquired by The Globe and Mail show, asbestos exposure was the single most cause of workplace deaths in Canada last year topping other chemical exposures, fire fatalities and deaths caused by highway accidents. The data stated that in 1996 there were nearly 5, 000 death claims approved due to asbestos exposure.

  • Taconite Mining Linked with Mesothelioma Cancer

    Mesothelioma patients experience the breakdown of the protective lining that covers many of the internal organs in their bodies, which in most cases specifically affects the lungs. This rare form of cancer usually attacks people who have been exposed to asbestos. A recent study has shown that mesothelioma has also been linked to taconite mining.

  • Second Opinion in Mesothelioma Diagnosis

    Receiving a cancer diagnosis is frightening and overwhelming, especially when one is diagnosed with an aggressive and serious type of cancer such as mesothelioma. It is vital to get the right kind of treatment and care while fighting this disease in order to have the best outcome possible.

  • Construction Worker Exposure Risk to Asbestos

    A new study has come out of Sweden’s Department of Public Health and Clinical Medicine at Umea University concerning the risk of asbestos exposure to construction workers.

  • The Costs of Mesothelioma Cancer

    Mesothelioma cancer develop in your body and may not show up for years after. There's no way to prepare for the cost so once you're diagnosed, start asking questions right away.

  • Asian Spice Found to be Effective in Fight Against Mesothelioma

    In a recent study published in Clinical Cancer Research, a group of researchers from Ohio’s Case Western Reserve University and the German Georg Spayer Haus found that Curcumin, a commonly used spice in Asia, helps to slow down the progression of mesothelioma when combined with amino acids. The study brings new hope to patients fighting the battle against malignant mesothelioma.

  • Women with Mesothelioma are Living Longer

    Researchers from Mount Sinai Health System and the Department of Population Health at North Shore Long Island Jewish Hospital recently reported some interesting findings on gender and mesothelioma in the Annals of Thoracic Surgery. The study examined records of 14,200 mesothelioma patients who were diagnosed with mesothelioma from 1973 to 2009. Of these cases, 22% were women.

  • Mesothelioma Asbestos Sources Tough to Pinpoint

    Mesothelioma is a rare type of cancer that commonly develops in the lungs of those who are exposed to asbestos or asbestos fibers. The cancer usually affects the thin, protective membrane surrounding the lungs, heart or abdominal cavity. About 3,000 cases of mesothelioma are diagnosed each year in the United States and a majority of those cases are traced to job-related mesothelioma asbestos exposure.

  • Breakthrough Treatment for Mesothelioma

    Hope may be on the horizon for patients diagnosed with malignant pleural mesothelioma. A new treatment that uses genetically modified cells is just one of several in the breakthrough field of immunotherapy. Scientists at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center have developed a method of genetically altering the DNA of a patient’s T cells and then reintroducing those cells into the body so they can fight the cancer.

  • New Study Reveals that Taconite Miners Face Higher Incidence of Mesothelioma

    In a new study conducted by the University of Minnesota, Taconite miners in the Iron Range area of Minnesota were found to be three times more likely to contract mesothelioma than those who did not work in the iron mining industry.


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