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Asbestos Poses Threat to Postal Service Employees

The connection between asbestos exposure and a mesothelioma diagnosis is well-established. The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been sounding the alarm since the 1970s that exposure to asbestos is one key way people develop this disease. So, it comes as a surprise that the United States Postal Service would continue to keep open » Read More

What Is Your Risk of Mesothelioma?

Mesothelioma is a rare form of cancer that affects the lives of 3,000 families each year in the United States. In Philadelphia and New Jersey, rates of pleural mesothelioma are much higher than elsewhere. This leads many to wonder what is their risk of a diagnosis. To be clear, asbestos has been traced to at » Read More

Helping a Spouse With Mesothelioma

Helping a spouse who has been diagnosed with mesothelioma can be a challenge. Although there is good news on the horizon, the survival rate for this rare form of cancer remains nil. The shock of the diagnosis is enough to send both spouses reeling in sometimes opposite directions. One may grieve while the other is » Read More

Companies Join Forces to Fight Mesothelioma

In the latest news involving the immunotherapy drug Keytruda, companies have combined their efforts to fight mesothelioma. As reported earlier, the FDA recently opened the door for combining immunotherapy drugs with other approved treatments. Worldwide, treatments using a combined approach are seeing promising results. Now Merck, the marketer of Keytruda, has joined forces with the » Read More

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