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New Study Questions the Mesothelioma Staging Guidelines

New Study Questions the Mesothelioma Staging Guidelines

For decades now, incremental advances have been made in the treatment of mesothelioma — but there is still a lot more to be learned about this complex and devastating disease caused by asbestos. While many new studies and trials focus on cutting-edge technologies in the hopes of finding a “cure,” a recent study published in …

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Cruz Neglected 9/11 Heroes, Now Claims to Be Their Hero

Cruz Neglected 9/11 Heroes, Now Claims to Be Their Hero

Well, it seems that GOP candidate for president Ted Cruz wants to have his cake and eat it, too. In his victory speech following the Iowa caucus, the Republican presidential nominee portrayed himself as a champion and supporter of 9/11 first responders. A quick glance at Cruz’s voting record, however, shows that the Texas senator …

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Mesothelioma: One of the Deadliest Preventable Diseases in the U.S.

Mesothelioma: One of the Deadliest Preventable Diseases in the U

Straight Talk about Mesothelioma, a blog series created by Michael T. Milano, M.D., Ph.D., a radiation oncology specialist, as a resource for mesothelioma patients and their loved ones. It may come as a surprise, but asbestos has been mined by humans for thousands of years. Archaeological evidence documents its use by a number of ancient …

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Supporters of the Fact Act Keep Trying to Justify Murder

Supporters of the Fact Act Keep Trying to Justify Murder

Less than a month ago, the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill that could potentially make life even more difficult for victims of asbestos exposure. Yesterday — February 3, 2016 — the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing to discuss the bill and address concerns about transparency and privacy. The hearing was titled “The …

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Kentucky Lung Cancer Rates Soar to the Highest in the Nation

Kentucky Lung Cancer Rates Soar to the Highest in the Nation

Kentucky: A state dotted with rolling hills and pastures; home to Lexington, the “Horse Capital of the World,” and birthplace of our 16th U.S. President, Abraham Lincoln. But lurking behind the idyllic landscape and rich heritage is a troubling statistic — a lung cancer rate that surpasses any other U.S. state. Experts say lung cancer …

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Start Talking about Mesothelioma Now – It Could Save Your Life

Start Talking about Mesothelioma Now – It Could Save Your Life

Straight Talk about Mesothelioma, a blog series created by Michael T. Milano, M.D., Ph.D., a radiation oncology specialist, as a resource for mesothelioma patients and their loved ones. Mesothelioma is a difficult disease to diagnose because mesothelioma cells form a layer, or sheet over the lining of the lungs, rather than forming a single tumor …

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Asbestos-Related Diseases At All Time High

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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