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Asbestos Exposure – The Hard Facts

Asbestos, once a popular insulation and construction material, has long been recognized as a severe health risk for those exposed. Those who have worked in certain industries are particularly vulnerable to asbestos exposure. Those industries include construction, steelmaking, power generation, and fields that deal with industrial chemicals. No matter the industry, asbestos exposure poses a danger. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, asbestos exposure can be responsible for several adverse health conditions. Even short exposures can be harmful to a person’s health. Asbestos fibers, which are too small to see with the naked eye, may enter a worker’s lungs if...

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New Treatments Target the Immune System of Victims of Mesothelioma

Mesothelioma, a rare and deadly cancer, is a cancer that affects the mesothelium, which is the lining that surrounds internal organs. Pleural mesothelioma is cancer that appears in the lining of the lungs, and accounts for about 75% of all mesothelioma cases. Aggressive cancers such as mesothelioma take a toll on the victim’s immune system, causing possible further complications when treating this disease. Recent studies have placed more focus on the immune system in hope of fighting mesothelioma using the body’s natural defenses. One study that is currently in Phase II of the clinical trial has scientists and researchers in high...

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New Law Could Ban Asbestos in United States

There have been some exciting new developments with regards to the country’s Chemical Safety Regulations. Asbestos, the known carcinogen once used as a flame retardant and in insulation could possibly be banned in the United States, under new laws and regulations from Congress.  While The Chemical Safety regulations that have been implemented in this country since the 1970s have helped regulate and control toxic substances, many substances such as asbestos that are deemed dangerous for society are not illegal and are even still being imported into our country. The Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) went into effect in 1976 after years of...

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The Link Between Baby Powder and Ovarian Cancer

Baby powder can be found in just about every home across the world. It has long been considered a must have for diaper changes among mothers, and many adults use it to manage perspiration and chaffing. However, studies show a direct link between baby powder and ovarian cancer, which has resulted in a string of lawsuits around the world. Published Studies Linking Talcum Powder To Ovarian Cancer There are published studies linking talcum powder and ovarian cancer dating back as early as the 1970s. The concern is that women, who use talcum and baby powder around their genital regions for a prolonged period,...

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Signs You Should File An Asbestos Lawsuit

For those that have been diagnosed with an asbestos related cancer, filing an asbestos related lawsuit may allow you to receive compensation for certain damages caused. If you think that you may be eligible to file an asbestos lawsuit, you should speak with an attorney right away as there are time limits on filing a lawsuit.  An attorney who has experience with asbestos lawsuits can review your information and help you to decide whether you have a case for asbestos exposure.  If you are planning to meet with an attorney to discuss an asbestos lawsuit, here is some information to...

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