Thor Hushovd riding his bike in the 2011 Tour de France

Celebrating Men’s Health Month

By: Erin Higgins

June 27, 2013

Over 80% of mesothelioma patients are men. Studies show this is because of the increased exposure risk that men experience through occupational hazards. June is National Men’s...

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History of Asbestos and Mesothelioma

By: Erin Higgins

June 13, 2013

Since the ancient civilizations of Egypt and Scandinavia, asbestos fibers have been used in building materials and cloth. Pliny, a Roman scholar, realized that illnesses were...

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Remembering Paul Gleason (1939-2006)

By: Andrew Devine

May 28, 2013

This Memorial Day we celebrated our fallen veterans, honoring their heroic sacrifice for our country. In remembrance, we also recognize a hidden enemy of our veterans, responsible...

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SurvivorShare: My Lawsuit Story

By: Jodi Page

May 15, 2013

A thousand things run through your mind once you are diagnosed with Mesothelioma.  One of those thousand things for me was when and how I had been exposed to asbestos. My parents...

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Surgeon and staff performing surgery

Heated Chemotherapy – The Hot Debate

By: Andrew Devine

April 24, 2013

Mesothelioma patients have witnessed numerous scientific improvements over the past decade, but few are as popular or controversial as “Heated Chemotherapy”. The...

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