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New Jersey Joins Asbestos Lawsuit Against EPA


The state of New Jersey is teaming up with 11 other states in a lawsuit against the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The attorneys general of each participating state filed a lawsuit to shed light on the inadequate regulation of asbestos. Asbestos is a known carcinogen that leads to fatal illnesses. This carcinogen kills tens of » Read More

Asbestos Found in School Supplies


Shopping for school supplies is often a tradition for families. Students look forward to picking out new notebooks, binders, and pens to kick off a new school year. Although this tradition is exciting, it is important for parents to be aware that products containing asbestos are being sold in stores across the nation. To prevent » Read More

Dogs Pave the Way to Cancer Detection


Early detection is imperative for the recovery of cancer. Studies over the past few decades have shown this to be true; detecting any form of cancer early dramatically raises one’s chance of survival. Some forms of cancer, particularly cancers effecting the lungs, such as mesothelioma, are difficult to detect in its early stages, making for » Read More

Breath Test Developed for Early Mesothelioma Detection


Early diagnosis is a rarity in the mesothelioma community. Therefore, developments in technology that allow for early detection are crucial for patient survival. One of the newest developments in technology is a breath test. The breath test works by identifying key biomarkers in a patient’s breath. Doctors are hopeful that the breath test will give » Read More

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