Mesothelioma and Asbestos
Researchers Working on a Less Invasive Diagnostic Tool for Mesothelioma
In a study published in the Biochemical and Biophysical Research Journal, researchers found promising results for a new less invasive tool in diagnosing mesothelioma. The method involves combining the
Cancer Drug May Have Promising Application For Mesothelioma Patients
Despite the unfortunate fact that mesothelioma is an incurable disease, there are a greater number of patients who are living longer lives with a greater quality of life. NBC News reports that a new d
Veterans and Secondary Exposure
While veterans make up approximately 7% of the total population they make up about 30% of the total mesothelioma claims. The United States Government failed to warn our heroes who served of the long t
Excessive Platelet Count Linked To Negative Surgical Outcomes
A new study published in the Annals of Surgical Oncology has just revealed that peritoneal mesothelioma patients who produce too many blood platelets are probably not good candidates for Cytoreductive
How To Check For Asbestos In Your Home
Many homes constructed before 1980 and even newer homes may contain asbestos. Common places that asbestos could be found in the house include old floor tiles, ceiling tiles, roof shingles and flashing
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