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Tuesday, September 22, 2009

 

More Mesothelioma Miners Wanted

Wanted: More miners for cancer study group (Mesabi Daily News)
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - Researchers at the University of Minnesota are about to begin a public relations push to get more Iron Range residents to participate in a study of the connection between taconite mining and cancer.

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Thursday, September 17, 2009

 

ADAO Congratulates Acting U.S. Surgeon General

ADAO Congratulates the Acting U.S. Surgeon General, Steven K. Galson, and Thanks the U.S. Senate for Efforts to ... (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)
REDONDO BEACH, Calif.----The Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization today announced its support for the Surgeon General's statement acknowledging the dangers of asbestos and thanks the U.S.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

 

Mesothelioma Attorneys Re-Launches Website

Williams Kherkher, Mesothelioma Attorneys, Re-Launches Website

Williams Kherkher, a mesothelioma law firm in Texas, has announced the re-launch of its website. The mesothelioma and asbestos attorneys of Williams Kherkher deal exclusively with asbestos lawsuit.

Houston, TX, July 31, 2009 -- The mesothelioma and asbestos attorneys of Williams Kherkher announce the re-launch of their website. The website has come up with some varied features such as treatment, legal options and detailed information about mesothelioma and asbestos related illnesses.

William Kherkher, for over twenty five years, has been fighting for the rights of asbestos victims and their families. The mesothelioma and asbestos attorneys of William Kherkher have litigated several mesothelioma and asbestos cases and possess a great deal of knowledge and experience about the disease.

Williams Kherkher has relaunched its site to provide users worldwide with a better understanding of mesothelioma disease, treatments available to them and legal rights regarding mesothelioma while maintaining the same level of professionalism.

In recent years, the dread of asbestos has been increased tremendously because asbestos fibres can cause cancer. Employees are exposed to asbestos by numerous companies which are aware of the hazardous effects of this material. Hence, mesothelioma attorneys are constantly spreading awareness about this matter.

Fighting mesothelioma can be very expensive. Medical care for this disease is costly, and there is no price tag for pain and suffering. For all these reasons and more, it is a good idea to consider taking legal action against those at fault.

The mesothelioma attorneys of Williams Kherkher work industriously to get justice on behalf of their clients who suffer either from mesothelioma or other asbestos diseases. The firm possesses experienced attorneys who are successful in achieving results for their clients. So far, Williams Kherkher has represented 30,000 clients and possesses a victorious track record in a wide variety of legal matters.

At Williams Kherkher, the initial consultation will be free of charge. The person will also receive the attorney best suited for his/her case who will not only fight for the compensation, but will follow up with him/her regularly.

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Mesothelioma Awareness Day - September 26 (PRWeb via Yahoo! News)

On September 26, the national Mesothelioma Awareness Day, volunteers bring attention to this underfunded, asbestos-related cancer through a national campaign. The Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation encourages all radio stations and individuals to get involved.

Sunday, September 13, 2009

 

Labour and Employment (Mondaq)

Mrs Stavar ( plaintiff ) developed malignant mesothelioma as a result of her exposure to asbestos from laundering her husband's work clothes which were impregnated with asbestos dust and fibre from his workplace.

Tuesday, September 08, 2009

 

NJ man pleads guilty to illegal dumping scheme

FRANKFORT, NY (WKTV) - A New Jersey man has pleaded guilty in Federal Court to charges of conspiracy and wire fraud in connection with the illegal dumping of contaminated waste from New Jersey and New York City in a Frankfort farm field.

Thursday, September 03, 2009

 

High cancer risk seen for workers

Higher cancer risk seen for ex-Hanford workers (Seattle Times)
Former construction workers at the Hanford nuclear uncertainty have an increased risk of certain cancers, according to a new study. The study showed that Hanford workers were 11 times more likely to develop mesothelioma, a cancer of the lungs strongly tied to asbestos exposure, than the general population. They were three times more likely to develop multiple myeloma, a cancer found in white ...

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