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- Asbestos in University Campus Renovations
In a common scenario for buildings constructed during the post-World War II era in the U.S., the discovery of high levels of degraded asbestos often requires extensive removal and abatement programs before renovations can begin.
- Pennsylvania Mesothelioma Parity Bill
Pennsylvania House legislators voted overwhelmingly to pass a bill that will equalize patients’ out-of-pocket expenses for oral and intravenous cancer treatments.
- Reinstatement of Ship Worker's Asbestos Care
A New Jersey Appellate Court has reversed an earlier judge’s decision in a case involving a former ship worker who died from mesothelioma caused by exposure to asbestos at work.
- Exposure to Naturally Occurring Asbestos
There are various safeguards that have been established to protect those who work around asbestos, because the risk of developing mesothelioma is so high when exposure occurs.
- Mesothelioma Novel Biological Therapies
Chemotherapy is often the first line of defense for patients suffering from mesothelioma. Many mesothelioma patients are not eligible for surgery at diagnosis, so chemotherapy is the best option for increased survival rates.
- Hire an Accredited Asbestos Professional before Repair or Remodeling
Homeowners are constantly faced with routine maintenance and repairs, and many like to modernize their homes with extensive remodeling projects. While these types of upgrades and repairs are necessary, there could be hidden dangers for unsuspecting inhabitants.
- Targeted Therapies Improve Survival Rates for Mesothelioma
Mesothelioma is a deadly form of cancer notorious for being difficult to treat. The disease is often not diagnosed until it has reached an advanced stage, which makes most patients ineligible for potentially curative surgery.
- Potential New Treatments Intended to Minimize Side Effects
Researchers who are working to develop new mesothelioma treatments are faced with the challenge of minimizing potential side effects. Ideally, effective treatment will selectively target malignant cells without damaging healthy mesothelial cells.
- Recent Study Identifies Genetic Mutations Caused by Asbestos Exposure
A recent study by some of the nation’s top researchers has identified four genes that may contribute to the development of mesothelioma.
- Key Ingredient in Vinegar Proves Effective in Killing Mesothelioma Cells
Vinegar has long been praised for its health benefits and antimicrobial properties. Now there is evidence that acetic acid, the primary ingredient in common household vinegar, can also be a powerful anticancer agent, capable of killing cancer cells in minutes.