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EPA Awards (asbestos sickness) A Grant to the Texas Department of State Health Services

Recently, it was announced that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) had awarded the Texas Department of State Health Services with a $124,741 grant in order to aid the Department in reducing asbestos exposures in Texas schools. The award will be used to fund compliance assistance and monitoring, enforcement actions, public outreach, facilities inspections, and […]

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Pain and Suffering Awards for Asbestos Exposure-Related Deaths

Up to the 1970s, asbestos exposure was common for those working in the fields of building and construction. This fibrous mineral was used in an assortment of building products, which were then handled and installed by buildings and construction workers. It has been over 30 years since the dangers of asbestos became common knowledge. However, […]

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Different Chemo therapy Options for Mesothelioma

Chemo therapy is an important treatment option for mesothelioma. Though extremely aggressive in nature, chemotherapy has been found to be very effective in the elimination of cancer cells, and in the reduction of tumors. Chemotherapy is often used to address peritoneal and pleural mesothelioma cancer cells. However, chemotherapy is typically used in conjunction with other […]

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Dealing With Asbestos in Homes

Asbestos is a dangerous mineral fiber that could be present in your home. Before the 1970s, asbestos was a common product used in the construction of buildings. Inhalation of asbestos can result in serious and sometime fatal illnesses such as mesothelioma, lung cancer and asbestosis. However, in order to get these serious illnesses you must […]

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CDC Reinstates Mesothelioma Funding For The Mesothelioma Tissue Bank

At the beginning of July, the mesothelioma research community gained a big boost in financial support. The CDC Reinstates Mesothelioma Funding and Prevention (CDC) reinstated funding for the National Mesothelioma Virtual Bank (NMVB). The CDC originally granted the NMVB a $2.2 million federal grant, but was then forced to rescind the grant following the 2013 budget […]

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