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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.


Peppermint: A Holiday Treat with the Power to Fight Cancer

The holiday season is upon us and that means an influx of peppermint-flavored products everywhere. Peppermint coffees, candies, cocktails, and cookies are hallmarks of this festive time of year. Peppermint may be known for its fresh minty flavor and alluring scent, but did you know that it also has many health benefits for cancer patients? …

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Why the Koch Brothers Don’t Have Any Interest in Your Life

Billionaire brothers, Charles G. and David H. Koch, are hoping to affect the outcome of the 2016 presidential election with their intention to contribute close to $900 Million to political campaigns that would further both their personal and corporate priorities. Which, simply put, is to make a lot more money. These politically conservative brothers control …

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5 Simple Deeds You Can Do This Holiday Season to Help Veterans

1. Encourage Veterans & Their Loved Ones to Get Tested Here’s a shocking figure – 33% of those suffering from mesothelioma are veterans. Compare this figure to the calculation that 7.3% of the population alive today has at one point served in the military and it’s obvious that veterans are disproportionately suffering from this disease. …

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3 Great Reasons Why You Should Celebrate Human Rights Day

Imagine for a moment that you have just been diagnosed with mesothelioma — a rare cancer that attacks the lung’s pleural lining and spreads throughout the body. You have entered retirement after working in construction; a career that immersed you in fiber-rich asbestos roofing dust every single day. Yet, instead of enjoying these new “sunset …

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Corruption Is Keeping Killers in Control on Capitol Hill: Help End Corruption by Bringing Awareness to Anti-Corruption Day

Whispers of corruption are constant in the United States, but they certainly grow louder in the year preceding a presidential election. Just how corrupt is the U.S., though? Every year, Transparency International — a global movement that seeks to create a corruption-free world — releases a “Corruption Perceptions Index.” Based on expert opinion, this index …

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