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Environmental Protection Agency to Strengthen Asbestos Risk Evaluation

In light of two recent landmark settlements, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is going to strengthen its asbestos risk evaluation processes under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) of 1976. The settlements were made this past October and are seen as victories for public health and environmental groups. The litigation was spearheaded by advocacy groups, » Read More

What Does the Coronavirus Vaccine Mean for a Victim of Mesothelioma?

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved several vaccines for public emergency use, but many patients with pre-existing health conditions may have questions on whether a COVID-19 vaccination is right for them. In particular, mesothelioma patients may wonder if research suggests that they get vaccinated. COVID-19 is a virus that has swept the » Read More

Parents Should be Aware of Asbestos While Holiday Shopping

During the holidays, families often exchange gifts in order to show their love and appreciation. Many parents, aunts, and grandparents buy gifts for the children in their family during this time of year. Although this is an innocent exchange, some of the gifts that family members buy for children may contain asbestos. Asbestos is dangerous, » Read More

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 and their asbestos exposure history is important for those seeking justice and compensation. In the early to late 1900s, there were many job fields » Read More

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