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Thomas H Hart III Joins Bergman to Tackle Mesothelioma Cases
Asbestos continues to be a threat to American workers and is the leading cause of occupational cancer today.
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Willetton teachers, students may sue
A LAW firm has warned any teachers or students affected by asbestos found at Willetton SHS may sue the Education Minister.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Asbestos registry a muddle, advocates say
Jesse Todd, chairperson of Asbestos Disease Awareness in front of the old entrance to Royal University Hospital, July 22, 2014.
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Battersea Power Station evacuated and trains halted after gas leak
A woman dying of exposure to asbestos at Battersea Power Station remarried her husband as she lay on her deathbed.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Two ACT cancer cases 'linked to Mr Fluffy asbestos insulation'
Two people linked to Canberra houses with Mr Fluffy insulation have reportedly been diagnosed with the asbestos-related cancer, mesothelioma.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
A cancer support group from Garston celebrated its fifth anniversary earlier this month.
The Garston Lung Cancer and Mesothelioma Support roup, which meets on the first Tuesday of every month, celebrated its fifth anniversary and marked the annual Action Mesothelioma Day on Friday, July 4. Set up by Linda Charalambous, a nurse who specialises in supporting people with lung cancer from Watford, St Albans and Hemel Hempstead hospitals, ... (more)
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Vets favor new state asbestos law
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Fri Jul 18, 2014
Grieving partner calls for more research after grandfather dies from...
But when he was laid low with what he thought was a chest infection, doctors told him he had the deadly cancer mesothelioma, caused by exposure to asbestos 40 years ago.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
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Tribute to Teesdale and Weardale rescue team legend
TRIBUTES have been paid to a founder member of a search and rescue team who fought the illness which eventually claimed his life with the same tenacity he put into his voluntary work.
The Greatest Escape Motorcycle Ride Benefiiting Victims of Mesothelioma to Be Held August 3
Organizers have announced that the much anticipated The Greatest Escape, 2014, in it's second year, will be led by Grand Marshal, Perry King and a host of celebrities.
New Mesothelioma Research Website Offers In-Depth Articles about Technology and Treatment
Los Angeles, CA / ACCESSWIRE / July 17, 2014 / ResearchMesotheliomaCancer.com, a website that is devoted to helping mesothelioma patients and their families learn all they can about the serious form of cancer, has just launched its new and user-friendly website.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Asbestos scare is reminder of Congressional inaction
On Thursday, July 10, the U.S. Capitol Building was forced to temporarily quarantine the House side because of an "asbestos-related incident."
North-West Evening Mail
Barrow man died from industrial disease - inquest
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Fifth Annual Juice Classic Golf Tournament set for July 20
A foundation named after a Frankfort man will have its fifth annual golf tournament July 20 to raise money to help ill children.
Texas Supreme Court opinions
In its final scheduled release of opinions until late August, the Texas Supreme Court issued opinions in two cases this week.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Local Fire Departments Fight Invisible Danger: Cancer
It's a firefighter's job to run into a burning building. But after the smoke clears, the true threat of the profession could appear years later.
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James Hardie board asks for pay rise
James Hardie Industries shareholders have been asked to give the building group's board a pay rise including a 17 per cent jump to more than $462,000 for chairman Michael Hammes.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
David Cameron has insured one final insult for workers dying because of their jobs
The fatal lung disease is the curse of the industrial working class, claiming the lives of 2,500 people a year who endure agonising deaths in face masks attached to oxygen cylinders.