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How Can Patients Learn Their Asbestos Exposure History?


Mesothelioma, the asbestos-related cancer, often takes decades to fully develop. Due to this slow process, patients may have a difficult time identifying their asbestos exposure. Identifying where a patient was exposed is important for those seeking justice and compensation. In the early to late 1900s, there were many job fields that used asbestos to build » Read More

Who is Most At-Risk for Secondary Asbestos Exposure?


There are some people who develop mesothelioma or other asbestos-related diseases, even though they have no known direct exposure to asbestos. Unfortunately, if they live or spend a lot of time with someone who does work with asbestos, they are vulnerable to exposure to this toxin based on small amounts of asbestos fibers that the » Read More

Risk of Asbestos Among Construction Workers


In the 20th century, asbestos was typically used in commercial-building construction. Due to its durability, asbestos was a common material used at the time. It was also fire-resistant, making it the perfect tool for those working in the construction field. The material was typically used in renovations spanning from roofing, wallboards, siding, sheetrock, flooring, and » 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

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