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Author Profile: Jeffrey Paul


About Jeffrey Paul

Who I am: I’m a Boston-based author of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, a former university instructor of English, and a good, old-fashioned book nerd. When I’m not writing or reading, I’m playing power forward on an adult-league basketball squad, following my local, New England sports franchises, and geeking out to the latest hip-hop releases.

What I do: I’m the content editor for Mesothelioma Help Now.

What motivates me: As both a health nut and a news junkie, I believe very much in the power of making the latest and most relevant information available to the public. Further, as the son of a cancer survivor, I’m a major advocate for providing helpful resources and news to both cancer patients who are undergoing treatment and their loving caretakers.



This Deadly Cancer Can Be Linked Back to 1 German Immigrant Couple

A major medical mystery is beginning to unravel, and its final answer may have startling implications for mesothelioma patients and their families. We know that mesothelioma is caused by exposure to asbestos. But how asbestos causes the disease is less clear. During the 20th century, the fibrous mineral was used in a vast number of …

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Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. – A Hero To Inspire You

Today we celebrate the life of the American hero and civil rights activist, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. King led the nonviolent movement for legal equality for Africans Americans in the U.S. in the late 1950’s until his tragic assassination on April 4, 1968. Combining his religious faith with principles of peaceful resistance that …

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Asbestos-Related Diseases At All Time High

Mesothelioma, a long-latency disease and rare form of cancer, is on the rise again. There are more than 3,200 new cases each year in the United States and the disease, caused solely by exposure to asbestos, is swiftly killing Americans left and right. What you’ve probably heard of as “on-the-job exposure” is not an isolated …

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What to Learn from Buffalo’s “Asbestos Alley”

According to a study conducted by the Environmental Working Group (EWG) Action Fund, there have been 189,000 to 221,000 deaths from asbestos exposure in the United States from 1999 to 2013. Nearly a quarter of a million asbestos-triggered deaths in just under 14 years. Broken down, this means that there have been 12,000 to 15,000 …

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What Patients Need To Know about Surviving Mesothelioma

What kind of future does a mesothelioma patient confront? This question is one of the most pressing concerns for both patients and their loved ones. There’s no concealing it: mesothelioma is a serious disease. All forms of cancer have improved survival rates when they are caught early, but for mesothelioma this is rarely the case. …

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Death of an Entire Family Linked to Libby, Montana Mine

Known as the Erin Brockovich (after the famous activist) of Manitoba, 50-year-old Raven Thundersky spent her life advocating for indigenous people in Manitoba, Canada. Thundersky was vital in getting the Canadian government to investigate missing and murdered indigenous women, and she brought to light the devastating effects of asbestos on local communities. For years, Thundersky’s …

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