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Industries at Risk of Asbestos Exposure in the Workplace

There are some industries which present a higher risk for asbestos exposure.  This is particularly important to note because the symptoms of exposure typically remain latent for at least a decade. In 1977, The Consumer Product Safety Commission regulated the use of asbestos in construction products.  Today, construction workers continue to be at risk of » Read More

Philadelphia Mesothelioma Attorneys Report on Asbestos Exposure Resulting from Natural Disasters

Natural disasters such as earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, floods and fires pose many safety concerns for the public.  One hidden threat may be the potential danger of asbestos exposure.    Asbestos fibers can become airborne during a natural disaster and pose a threat to a person’s health in numerous ways: Fires: Prior to the 1980s, asbestos was » Read More

New Diagnostic Scan Can Possibly Detect Mesothelioma Earlier   

According to a new study, there is a new low-radiation diagnostic scanning tool that can be used to allow for earlier detection of mesothelioma.  GE Healthcare has developed a safer CT scan that may be helpful in diagnosing mesothelioma more quickly and with less risk than other diagnostic methods.  This is especially significant for asbestos » Read More

Even Low Levels of Asbestos Exposure Create Risk for Cancer

A new study investigated the link between the level of asbestos exposure and its correlation between the development of cancer.  Alarmingly, the research revealed that industrial workers exposed to even the smallest amounts of asbestos on the job are at risk of developing asbestos-related diseases including mesothelioma, laryngeal cancer and lung cancer. Over a 17 year » Read More