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Targeted Social Media to Expand Mesothelioma Knowledge


Information is power, and more and more people receive the bulk of their information from social media. Mesothelioma researchers are using social media to inform people exposed to asbestos about their risks, as well as to let those already diagnosed with the disease know about clinical trials and new treatment options. There is also hope » Read More

Targeting Lymph Nodes


Mesothelioma is a particularly difficult to treat cancer that develops from exposure to asbestos. While a recent discovery does not offer a new avenue to a cure, it does offer potential new insight into diagnosis, staging, and treatment options for this terrible disease. Clinical Trial Discovers Posterior Intercostal Lymph Nodes Link Fifty-six mesothelioma patients were » Read More

National Mesothelioma Patient Registry


Mesothelioma is a cancer the affects the lining of the lungs, abdomen, and other organs, and is caused by exposure to asbestos. This disease has no cure, though new treatments are being developed constantly. Mesothelioma sufferers have fought for the implementation of a National Mesothelioma Patient Registry for years. According to recent news, this may » Read More

EPA Asbestos Reporting Lawsuits


On February 19, 2019, five groups filed suit against the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to challenge the EPA’s decision permitting exemptions in rules for asbestos reporting. In addition, the organizations criticized the agency’s petition denial of a plan to ramp up reporting requirements for those companies dealing with asbestos. Their complaints state that most scientists » Read More

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