Friday, July 11, 2014

University of Pennsylvania receives $10 M Superfund asbestos site to study

Dr. Ian Blair, Professor of Pharmacology, has been appointed the Director of the Centre and CEET Director Dr. Trevor Penning, Professor of Pharmacology, has been Deputy Director of the Center.

Additional investigators on the grant are researchers from the Abramson Cancer Center, the Penn School of Arts and Sciences, and Fox Chase Cancer Center.

According to a press release CEET's community outreach and engagement core participated in bi-directional communication with the Ambler community for the past five years, but this award is powered the first NIEHS Superfund grant, the problems, at a community-academic partnership.

The Ambler community housed a now-closed asbestos factory since the late 1880s catapulted several studies focusing on the medical and ecological consequences of the factory.

Because residents in the area faced an increased risk for asbestos and possible asbestos-related diseases, experts have tried to find answers to the toxic fiber and its impact on society.

With the help of the CEET community outreach and engagement core, the Pennsylvania Department of health found that an increased rate of mesothelioma cases compared to nearby zip codes area has occurred. She thinks that women a higher risk than men.

The grant is also an interdisciplinary training program for students. It combines environmental science with environmental and health sciences, so that doctoral students and postdoctoral of fellows can receive practical training in these complementary disciplines.

Participation in webinars NIEHS Superfund and internships in technology transfer to CTT and the EPA sponsored will be part of the training.

Focusing on the rehabilitation of asbestos particles are environmental science projects by DRS. Jane Willenbring and Brenda Casper conducted by the school of Arts and Sciences. The two Mycrorrhiza are fungi to break asbestos fibers, a new mineral use non-toxic form.

The studies on mobility and fate of asbestos particles into natural waters such as streams and rivers, performed by Dr. Doug Jerolmack and Willenbring of the school of Arts and Sciences. It monitors the movement of asbestos fibres through floor and replaced with translucent ground water and a Nano Aquarium to detect asbestos in the environment.

Fran Barg and Ted Emmett von Penn Medicine leads a sociological study to identify how asbestos occurs and whether such findings of the cluster of mesothelioma asbestos-induced cases in Ambler, could explain specifically for women.

In addition the biomedical branch of the grant investigate the genetics of susceptibility to mesothelioma and plans to develop a blood test for the early detection with a mouse model of mesothelioma.

DRS. Becky Simmons of Penn Medicine, and Joseph Testa of Fox Chase works with a tumor suppressor knockout mouse, whether susceptibility to mesothelioma is genetic.

The mouse model will also be used to test whether the need to asbestos is less toxic.

DRS. Medicine study Melpo Christofidou-Solomidou and Steve Albelda von Penn as mesothelioma in mice to prevent an antioxidant in flaxseed with asbestos exposure. They will also use the flax seed to treat the mice when they show early symptoms of mesothelioma.

Blair and Anil Vachani develop a blood test do to determine whether subjects were exposed, asbestos and whether they are at risk for developing mesothelioma with blood samples from workers, strongly exposed to the asbestos.

During the projects first and foremost concentrate on Ambler, believes the Centre which could easily translate findings to the 15 additional asbestos Superfund sites in the country.

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Asbestos was found in the ceiling of the Stamford Police station

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June 16, 2014

Stamford, Connecticut - asbestos contractor discovered after a CVC in the plaster ceiling of the first floor of the Stamford Police post last month, has decided to stop the building air conditioning and officers circulation system. Approach of summer and the heat intensifies, agents working at the station are increasingly uncomfortable.

"There is no movement of the air," the head of the Police Jon Fontneau said. "It is not an excellent location at all. We worry what will happen on the really hot days because guys are sweating dramatically this time. »

According to engineer the city Lou Casolo, after the discovery of asbestos, consultant in industrial hygiene was hired by the city to test the quality of air in the police station. During four hours of tests, all the samples came back negative for contamination by asbestos. The police Union also hired a consultant, and these samples came back negative as well.

Before the test, responsible for the city's Stamford had begun to grow concerned about the livability of the station. Mayor David Martin has begun to consider the movement of officials of the Ministry until the asbestos removal has been done. "We were sweating bullets that essentially the police could not work outside the police station", said the Mayor. Now that tests show no cause for concern, police will be more likely to remain at the station.

Although the building has been deemed worthy of the occupation, Casolo said that the ceiling of plaster containing asbestos should not be disturbed. When friable asbestos becomes airborne, it can be easily inhaled. Asbestos exposure leads to many health problems breathing and is the main cause of mesothelioma. Despite the ban on asbestos, there are about 3,000 made mesothelioma diagnoses every year.

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The case awarded $4.5 million asbestos plaintiffs are reverse Verdict

Philadelphia - a verdict of guilty of 2011 in an asbestos case against Foster Wheeler Corporation was reversed on June 26 by the Pennsylvania an appellate court. Judge Superior Court Jack A. Penella written opinion that an act of inadmissible rest seekers claims against the company.

David and Frances Graver filed their lawsuit against six different accused after M. burn, now deceased, was diagnosed with mesothelioma, a type of cancer, mostly caused by exposure to asbestos. Mesothelioma has a very low survival rate, and it is difficult to diagnose due to its latent character and generic symptoms.

Mr. burn was employed in the power of Pennsylvania and Central light steam Holtwood from 1983 until 2010. The prosecution argued that Mr burn has been exposed to toxin by contact with a boiler of Foster Wheeler asbestos-containing.

The stalls were awarded a combined $4.5 million in December 2011. This amount was to be apportioned among the six defendants, leaving the responsibility for $750,000 of Foster Wheeler. Both parties appealed the decision: applicants because they asked for additional compensation. the defendant due to the status of rest which would exclude the possibility of the stalls to continue. The Court of Appeal agreed with Foster Wheeler.

Statutes of bar of rest all lawsuits at the latest 12 years after the completion of the 'improvement' - in this case, the mark Foster Wheeler boiler in question, which was completed in 1955. As a result, Mr. burn had until 1967 to commence his trial and has not done until 2010.

To prevent the verdict be reversed, the applicants argued that the requirement applies in this case, not a status of rest, but judge Panetta disagreed. He made a distinction between the two, explaining, "the limitation period applies to the only business resulting from alleged asbestos exposure. On the other hand, the relevant law of rest has greater scope and involves all claims against those involved in the design, planning, supervision or construction of any improvement to a building. »


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Flawed licensing system may have led to asbestos exposure, Say Portlanders of southeastern

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June 20, 2014

Portland, Oregon - students of Duniway school Southeast of Portland may have been exposed to asbestos during the partial demolition of a neighboring House. Now, inhabitants of the region have expressed the desire for the city to take measures to give priority to the asbestos regulations.

"The problem is really at the level of the city," said Neighborhood Association Eastmoreland President Robert McCullough, whose goal is to convince the Advisory Committee's review of development of the need for a revision. "The city has lost interest in these issues of workings."

Currently, Portland doesn't require manufacturers to prove that asbestos has been contained or removed before the issuance of a permit, it is necessary for manufacturers to notify neighbors of demolition or imminent renovation projects. In addition, a demolition permit is not necessary unless the current structure is completely demolished, including its foundation. Since the residence on the rue de S. E. Rex has been partially dismantled, no permit was required.

This is an example of what the Eastmoreland Neighborhood Association considers a defective system.

The city of Portland does not regulate the handling of asbestos; This task is for the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality. Because two separate entities are responsible for, all violations are often unknown until after that exposure has already occurred, as was the case with the House near Duniway school. Any renovation or demolition project is supposed to be inspected by the Department of Environmental Quality, before the start of the project. No such inspection was made the E Rex Street home.

"The system as it is does not work," said the Member of the Neighborhood Association Eastmoreland Kimberley Koehler. "We do the work of the city."

Asbestos exposure is the main cause of mesothelioma - a type of lung cancer that is almost always fatal. Although asbestos was banned in the 1970s, many old houses, such as the one located on the street S. E. Rex, contain the hazardous substance.

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Defendant in the case of asbestos can have no Plea Deal removed due to claims of Innocence

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June 23, 2014

County of Merced, California - County of Merced prosecutors announced their intention to withdraw from the agreement with Rudy Buendia III, one of the three men who pleaded guilty "" of violating the Federal law of asbestos. The decision comes after Buendia repeatedly expressed his innocence to the members of the community, including the Merced County District Attorney Deputy Walter Wall, to whom he would have said, 'you know, I've done this,' when the two saw each other in public.

Merced County District Attorney Larry Morse II explained why prosecutors were planning to file a motion to withdraw the plea. "We are not in the habit of taking [guilty or no contest] means those which maintenance their innocence," he said. "" You can't do a plea and then turn around and say that ' I didn't do it. ".

The charges followed an incident in which Buendia, former co-owner of the nonprofit organization non profit defunct firm building, employee of the students to remove asbestos during a renovation project at the training centre automobile trade centre Castle between late 2005 and early 2006.

The arrangement was to provide an opportunity for students to gain work experience on the spot; Instead, they have been exposed to harmful toxins which can lead to many problems of respiratory health, including mesothelioma.

"I am frankly very tired of hearing about poor Rudy Buendia," said walrus. "Should focus on the children who have been exposed to asbestos because [al. Buendia] were over their heads financially and seeks to cut some corners. Buendia is certainly not a victim; children who were exposed were the victims. »

The plea agreement would have sent Buendia in prison for 24 months; now, he faces about 60 complaints and could serve more than 30 years in prison if the motion is granted and the case goes to court.

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Judge Does not accept expert testimony as fresh evidence in the case of asbestos widow

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June 26, 2014

Seattle, Washington - the widow case against Marine Services Co. LLC manufacturer denied the revision after having initially ended in mistrial. Joanne K. Lipson, whose husband died of mesothelioma, said that "hot tops" - an insulation product manufactured by on Marine Services - contained asbestos. Mrs. Lipson has alleged that her husband came in contact with 'hot summits' and has been exposed to asbestos during his time working in a steel mill.

During the trial, maritime services argued that asbestos at the top hot society degraded and detoxified during the steelmaking process. Order to have the case reconsidered, Mrs. Lipson has offered expert testimony indicating that "significant quantities" of asbestos suffered the heat. Judge James L. Robart would not accept evidence as new evidence, noting that the Court is "concerned not with the correctness of the conclusions of the expert, but the robustness of the methodology.

J. Robart was referring to the fact that the evidence could not be considered as new if it was in possession of the applicant at the time of the trial, or if it could be discovered through research. Data such as the temperatures of molten steel and in which the asbestos fibres degrade, it is "certainly something which [Mrs. Lipson] could have discovered with reasonable diligence.

"Absence of new evidence, the event of the trial is not an opportunity for the parties to discuss gaps in their cases identified during the first trial," judge Robart wrote in his opinion.

Asbestos exposure is the main cause of mesothelioma. Despite the ban on asbestos for decades, there are about 3,000 made mesothelioma diagnoses every year.

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Thursday, June 12, 2014

Pfizer wins third-straight asbestos case

Madison County, Maryland — marking his third victory of right, Pfizer Inc. won a deal asbestos against the plaintiff Mrs. Harriette Stein, who filed the complaint on behalf of her deceased husband, mesothelioma victim Mr. Carl Stein.

All three prosecution injury elucidation of products made by Quigley Co., a subsidiary of defunct of Pfizer, which manufactures products containing asbestos, including insulation called Insulag. After many years of combinations of asbestos, Quigley went bankrupt in 2004. Last year, applicants were allowed to bypass the protection of Chapter 11 of Quigley - at which point, they began to run after Pfizer.

The decision was based on the reasoning used in the two previous cases, who were dismissed in January and March. Ultimately, Judge John M. Glynn decided that Pfizer, despite putting his labels and trademarks on products Quigley, was clearly not the manufacturer and therefore, does not necessarily approve the product.

"I don't think," said j. Glynn, "that a reasonable person in the circumstances provided to me in this case, could come to the conclusion that Pfizer was the manufacturer of the product."Apparent means, in my opinion, that the authority is clear and obvious at first glance, isn't possible. »

Pfizer buys Quigley in 1968, before the ban on asbestos and the prosecution assault that forced the subsidiary into bankruptcy. Mesothelioma is a preventable disease; asbestos exposure is the main cause. Despite the widespread use of asbestos ban, there are about 3,000 made mesothelioma diagnoses every year.


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If you're in the Seattle area and believe you or a loved one are ill because of exposure to asbestos, I may be able to help you.  There are literally thousands of job sites in Seattle where people could have been exposed to asbestos.  The various shipyards in the Puget Sound area, as well as factories for Boeing and Kenworth come to mind immediately.

Mesothelioma is only caused by exposure to asbestos.  Other illnesses, like lung cancer, can be caused or aggravated by exposure to asbestos.  I'd be happy to help you find out whether your illness was caused by exposure to asbestos.  And as a Seattle asbestos lawyer, I'd also be happy to help you hold those accountable who caused you to be exposed to asbestos.


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Mesothelioma Study Identifies Four Biomarkers That May Help Speed Up Diagnoses and Treatment

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June 06, 2014

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - The results of a new study published in the Journal of Molecular Diagnostics may assist physicians in accurately identifying malignant pleural mesothelioma (MPM), rather than non-cancerous pleural tissue with reactive mesothelial proliferations (RMPs), which is a common issue. Mesothelioma, primarily caused by asbestos exposure, is typically difficult to diagnose because its symptoms mimic those of many other illnesses. Therefore, being able to correctly identify mesothelioma cells earlier will lead to quicker treatment.

The scientists’ goal, according to lead investigator Eric Santoni-Rugiu, MD, PhD, was “to identify microRNAs that can aid in the differential diagnosis of MPM from RMPs.” microRNAs, which are non-coding RNA strands, have been used for diagnostic, prognostic, and predictive purposes for other cancers.

In qualifying the study’s results, Santoni-Rugiu explained that he and the rest of the scientists identified four specific biomarkers that could potentially be used to accurately diagnose mesothelioma. “The International Mesothelioma Interest Group (IMIG) recommends that a diagnostic marker of MPM have sensitivity/specificity of >0.80,” he said. Using results from the identified microRNA strands, the scientists were able to classify tissue as MPM or RMP with an accuracy of 0.94, sensitivity of 0.95, and specificity of 0.93.

Being able to diagnose mesothelioma sooner would be a huge step toward an eventual cure. Due to its lengthy latency periods and difficult diagnosis, the disease is almost always fatal; currently, less than 20% of those with mesothelioma are successfully treated with surgery.

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Fresno County Supreme Court Awards $10.9 Million to Victim's Family in First Mesothelioma Verdict

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Fresno, California - On June 2, the family of James Phillips, a deceased auto mechanic and plumber, was awarded a $10.9 million verdict after six days of jury deliberation, marking the first mesothelioma verdict in the county’s Superior Court. The amount breaks down to $7.4 million in compensatory damages and $3.5 million in punitive damages caused by the defendant’s “reckless indifference.”

Mr. Phillips was diagnosed with pleural mesothelioma in March, 2012. He filed a lawsuit against Fortune 500 company Honeywell just two months later. Honeywell’s predecessor, Bendix, which Honeywell purchased in the late ’80s, manufactured asbestos-containing automotive parts. For decades, Mr. Phillips handled Bendix-branded brake pads and linings while working on cars, racecars, trucks, and other heavy equipment, never realizing that he was being exposed to deadly toxins. Despite receiving treatment for his aggressive cancer, Mr. Phillips passed away approximately one year after his diagnosis. He was 59 years old.

“We applaud the jury for holding Bendix accountable for its role in causing the nightmare the Phillips family has been living since Jim’s diagnosis,” said Rob Green, one of the Phillips family’s attorneys. “How many men like [Mr. Phillips] spent time as a teenager working part-time at a service station or doing shade-tree work on their cars? This was a virtual rite of passage in our car-crazed nation in the 1950s, through the ’70s. Unfortunately, this little slice of Americana had deadly consequences for [Mr. Phillips] and many others because of the asbestos that manufacturers like Bendix included in their products.”

Exposure to asbestos is the primary cause of mesothelioma, and inhaling the harmful fibers can also lead to numerous other respiratory health problems. Although asbestos was banned in the ’70s, there are still approximately 3,000 mesothelioma diagnoses made each year.

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Plaintiff Appeals Ruling in Asbestos Case, Appellate Court Reverses Decision

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San Francisco, California - A California appeals court has reversed a trial court’s decision, ruling in favor of plaintiff and mesothelioma victim Johnny Blaine Kesner, Jr., who filed a lawsuit against several defendants after being diagnosed in February, 2011. With the exception of Pneumo Abex, all the defendants were former employers of Mr. Kesner’s. Pneumo Abex employed his uncle, but Mr. Kesner alleged that he was exposed to asbestos through regular contact with his uncle’s contaminated work clothes in the ’70s.

The trial court granted Pneumo Abex’s motion for a nonsuit after the company argued that it owed no duty to “family members of workers for take-home exposures.” Mr. Kesner appealed, and the ruling was overturned when the First Appellate District Court of Appeals referred to aspects of the Rowlanddecision to determine that a company is obligated to warn its employees of asbestos dangers that may extend to family members.

Regarding Pneumo Abex’s responsibility and the company’s ability to anticipate such safety issues, Judge Stuart Pollak wrote, “As a general matter, harm to others resulting from secondary exposure to asbestos dust is not unpredictable. The harm to third parties that can arise from a lack of precautions to control friable asbestos that may accumulate on employees’ work clothing is generally foreseeable.”

Judge Pollak also pointed out that this ruling was specific to the details of the case, and that the main reason the decision was reversed was on account of the fact that Mr. Kesner regularly visited his uncle, and was thus consistently exposed to the hazardous dust. Asbestos exposure is primary cause of mesothelioma. Each year, there are approximately 3,000 mesothelioma diagnoses made.

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Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Hybrid aspirin can be a new, safer treatment for mesothelioma


Mesothelioma is an aggressive, incurable form of cancer primarily caused by asbestos exposure to air. Close to 3,000 American cancer diagnosed each year with veterans, accounting for almost 30 percent of all cases. While there is no cure for mesothelioma, the symptoms can be treated with varying degrees of success through surgery, chemotherapy and radiation.

Mesothelioma patients rarely hear "Take two aspirin and call me in the morning" in the fight against the rare cancer. But researchers the City College of New York reports that she have a new hybrid aspirin have developed, which can be the latest potent cancer fighter. So aspirin, to treat frequently in the future might mesothelioma if, the results of the study.

In a study, published in the journal of ACS medicinal chemistry letters, scientists report that they have developed a new aspirin compound, which kept the growth of 11 different types of human cancer cells in culture in the bridle. Some of the cancers in lab contain controlled pancreatic, lung and leukemia.

"If what we have seen, can be translated in animals to humans", said Associate Professor Khosrow Kashfi, the principal investigator "it [the aspirin] could in conjunction with other drugs be used to shrink tumors before chemotherapy or surgery."

Chemotherapy, which often is the primary modality for the treatment of patients with mesothelioma, is notorious for its side effects, including low blood cells, dilution or brittle hair, loss of appetite and weight loss, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting. This new aspirin but which was found maybe safer than the current standard aspirin and could the dosage of chemotherapy, which limit required for the supply.

"There is a lot of data on aspirin, which show that periodically hit, average it reduces the risk of developing colon cancer by about 50% compared to non-users," said 1958–2008.

The downside, however, is that prolonged use of aspirin is associated with bleeding, ulcers and other serious diseases due to its toxicity.

Named "NOSH" aspirin, is developed the drug, a combination of nitric oxide (no), helps protect of the stomach lining and hydrogen sulphide (H2S) by researchers of the City College, has been proven, that enhance aspirin-cancer-fighting ability.

"The most important components of this new connection are that it is very, very strong and yet it has minimal toxicity to the cells," said 1958–2008.

The researchers found that the NOSH-aspirin treatment showed promise in tumors shrink and slows cancer growth. In fact, the compound has been shrinking human colon cancer tumors to animals living in 85 percent without side effects.

The researchers admit NOSH aspirin use is still years away and there must be clinical studies and toxicity before approval to undergo tests.

For the 3,000 Americans diagnosed each year with mesothelioma clinical trials are crucial for the patient offers the possibility new, potentially more effective therapies, get.  If this new treatment to successfully prove to humans than mice continue, the breakthrough could be it, all mesothelioma patients and their doctors already expected.


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Mesothelioma cases are winnable as long as clients find their representation of quality homework


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One of the more common areas of personal injury has come in the past decade litigation mesothelioma cases. Although this form of cancer is relatively rare, it has treated a low survival rate, even if detected and in the early stages. Destroy because of the many possibilities that mesothelioma victims and their families can, it is important a lawyer with experience in this disease to long-term financial ruin prevent to consult.

Everyone, the basics of mesothelioma is known, that the highest risk group of people with extensive exposure is exposure to asbestos. According to the American Cancer Society, about three quarters of mesothelioma cases form in the breast. This comes from working jobs, typically in the mining or manufacturing, where asbestos is very common. The small fibers comprise asbestos are easily breathed and can damage the DNA of the mesothelial cells in the lung. After the DNA of these cells is damaged, they can generate more damaged cells, which in turn quickly reproduce, which is cancer.

The environmental protection agency (EPA) issued a series of bans from 1973 to 1990, which eliminated the use of asbestos for all, but some applications. Yet many who the material were exposed, still life and very at risk are. It can take decades for mesothelioma appear after exposure, and once detected, it is often difficult to treat. The forms of the least advanced (phase I) have an average five-year survival rate of 21 percent.

The Baron & Budd attorneys at law (http://baronandbudd.com) processed successfully one of the first asbestos lawsuits in the 1970s. Cover the damages chances are pretty good at mesothelioma cases, but as victims of parties must act quickly to their processes to avoid the limitation. Some States such as Maine and North Dakota can up to six years from diagnosis to case, while others may allow only one file like Louisiana and Tennessee.

Asbestos/mesothelioma law is not a practice where going to "old lawyer". These cases are not part of the class-action suits, because each has a unique set of circumstances, which must be processed individually. Because mesothelioma so long can be displayed, it is not always a simple case that the exposure of a particular location make the sacrifice to end up with the disease caused. Any color, requiring the medical questions to demonstrate also expert statement credibility.

In contrast to other areas of the law, where customers pay fees in advance, the mesothelioma lawyers take cases on a contingency basis. In such cases, no one is paid, if the plaintiff WINS, so lawyers only take the case if they think that they have a good chance of winning.

Vice versa mesothelioma clients must not choose a law firm, unless of course, they also think that his lawyers have a good chance of winning. This means run to get much due diligence to the best possible representation. Check the future lawyers education, with the bar and track record are a good start. It is also important, in conversation with past customers learn more about success stories and how they were treated.

The unfortunate nature of mesothelioma cases bears much resemblance to lawsuits against the tobacco industry. It was not until after many years of exposure that the serious health problems many people discovered. A poor quality of life lived the victims, who often did not die. With asbestos exposure cases, thats always a fair settlement or judgment certainly doable. Customers can not take the things but of course and have the footwork and research in advance to improve their chances of winning in court.


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For many years, the asbestos industry tries to suppress, the asbestos research linked to serious illnesses, including mesothelioma, asbestosis and lung cancer. Doctors in the United Kingdom were the first to connect asbestos long-term exposure to respiratory diseases already as the late 1890s. However, because huge profits generated the manufacturing and selling of asbestos products, efforts, several manufacturers and retailers alike from the public any evidence for their products adverse effects on the people to hide.

In other cases, entrepreneurs and employers were about the dangers of asbestos, yet continue to allow their employees in a dangerous environment. The insulation, the heat-resistant properties, asbestos it provided a convenient mineral for use in several different buildings, plants, facilities, factories, steel mills and more made. Unfortunately, most of these victims have found, she had cancer until decades later. Many victims are not yet known, because it can take more than 20 years for symptoms of mesothelioma on the surface. Therefore, it is essential to get regular medical examinations, if you have asbestos or have worked.

Since this suppression of facts intentionally and by the huge profits made by the manufacturer and sales of a harmful product was motivated, victims can suffer from Mesothelioma compensation check. An experienced mesothelioma can be a lawyer provide additional information and make your chances of a successful lawsuit to know.

Due to the increase in the number of cases relating to asbestos, who represents with mesothelioma and other diseases caused was diagnosed with asbestos, specializing in many lawyers now. Known as asbestos or mesothelioma lawyers who focus on helping these specialized lawyers only victims who have been diagnosed with asbestos cancer and other asbestos-related diseases. The lawyers differ lawyers from a Mesothelioma law firm general practice like they have specialized training and expertise with regard to the various asbestos-related diseases, as well as the relevant laws and regulations that govern the production and distribution of asbestos products.


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Asbestos-the silent killer


As the silent killer, asbestos was strongly touted as one of the most versatile forms of creating applications during the 20th century. Due to the heat and flame resistant qualities, asbestos was used as a form of insulation, pipes, floor coverings and brake pad. Texas is no stranger to asbestos problems due to a domestic heavy industry, which have produced in the State. Oil giants like Mobil, shell and golf have called all Texas of their homes. Millions of employees and workers were exposed to the mineral in the last 100 years. Exposure to air has asbestos suffering the unhappy and causing death of millions from asbestos-related diseases.

Although Texas has large rural areas, problems were concentrated asbestos throughout the State. The number of workers that wrongs were exposed to the asbestos produced a comprehensive legislation and litigation to enter platform rights for these workers. Mesothelioma is a very aggressive form of asbestos cancer, diagnosed 3 percent of all cancer in the United States alone. In 1999, there were 125 reported deaths from mesothelioma in Texas. With a latency period that lasts anywhere from 20 to 50 years, it is to diagnose a difficult disease for doctors. With a limited amount of treatments for Mesothelioma Cancer currently available all persons who have worked in the shipbuilding industry, oil industry, electrical and power plants, should seek immediate medical help.Asbestos was used in all kinds of ships, owned by the Navy. The substance has been used consistently, diseases have suffered asbestos from the 1930's through the 1970's and many veterans. Fail Fire Department, also under the category of possible exposure go to older homes. Other professions that are vulnerable include auto mechanic and railroad workers. In addition, lawyer is a Mesothelioma contact of the utmost importance so your rights can be protected and supported. It is reported that nearly 40 percent of all asbestos be filed lawsuits in Texas. In 2005, the State passed legislation to regulate and asbestos to limit lawsuits in Texas courts. The changes include incidentally district cases are handled, how local issues to be decided and to be expected such as damages under several defendants.The Texas Department of health services will help protect and promote the physical and ecological well-being of citizens in Texas from asbestos. They are currently after the whole asbestos abatement contractor to review informing the public in finding a new outreach program and remove hazardous material from houses, public facilities and Arbeitsstätten.Dieser guest post is courtesy of Mesothelioma Cancer Center.

Asbestos-the silent killer

Asbestos-related lung cancer in smokers


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While a growing number of people know the relationship between occupational exposure to asbestos and mesothelioma - an incurable form of cancer that affects the lining of the lungs--is estimated so far to the public that deadly asbestos fibres can contribute to lung cancer. Indeed, the Lung Cancer Center has in recent months asbestos victim advises, who diagnosed with mesothelioma or an occupational asbestos exposure, steps in the direction of lung cancer compensation claims related to.

Failure to connect

It is easy to understand why some people don't make the connection between the outbreak of her lung cancer and previous exposure to asbestos be. Some may relate to the amount of time between their contact with asbestos and the development of symptoms. most commonly, be this a cough, shortness of breath, pain in the chest when swallowing, difficulty, weight loss and reduced appetite, taking place until to 40 years was visible. However, this is only one of the reasons.

During high-risk professions in General relating to asbestos mining and manufacturing of elements considered that material, along with those in the construction industry, i.e. the presence of asbestos in so many buildings are some jobs surprisingly risky. For example, the fact that this dangerous material containing around half of the schools in America, teachers work in these buildings on a daily basis 2.1% of elementary school with high risk of exposure and pictures are published by the National Center for health statistics teachers die of mesothelioma. Third smokers can assume that their lung cancer in one consequence of their tobacco habit. We are often told, that the majority of cases of lung cancer are the result of tobacco use, so it is only natural as a smokers assume that this is the sole cause. However, smoking and asbestos are a deadly combination.

Smoking and asbestos exposure together

The American Cancer Society reported that their risk lung to cancer five times that of those who did not receive this exhibition for non-smokers, exposed the asbestos in the workplace. If someone smokes in addition, the risk of lung cancer about 50 times may be greater than a non-smoker with no asbestos. Therefore, if it is likely that you asbestos exposed about your current or previous profession, it never has to stop the tobacco was important. Although it is not an easy task, to give up smoking, the availability of smoking cessation can help support big, whether it targeted by counseling, nicotine replacement therapy or medication. While such treatments may be present beyond their financial means for some people, that is affordable care Act requiring that smoking treatments are covered by health insurance, bring their availability.

The good news is that if you can successfully stop smoking, there is evidence that this will have a positive impact on the risk of lung cancer after exposure to asbestos. A study published this April in the American Journal of respiratory and critical care medicine offers weight to do so. This piece of research explores the relationship between exposure to asbestos, smoking, and lung cancer risk among more than 2000 insulator workers, and found as expected, that the impact of the two additive in the mortality rate of lung cancer. But it also showed that, when smokers were exposed to asbestos, their addiction to get rid, halved after can end their risk of dying from lung cancer in 10 years. After a 30-year period free of tobacco, their risk was similar to at a non-smoker.

Identification of asbestos related lung cancer

Simply working in an environment where asbestos has occurred, is not sufficient evidence for the development of lung cancer to write to, and if you are also a smoker, this can further complicate matters. You are probably prompted a detailed depiction of the employment, to estimate the dose of asbestos you have received, would give. Expect about a chest X-ray, pleural plaques identify for the detection of asbestos fibres to undergo a lung biopsy or Bronchoscopy; This will specify whether they trigger cancerous changes in sufficient quantities available are. The presence of asbestosis - inflammation and scarring of the lung tissue--increases the likelihood that a lung cancer asbestos-related, as the former is believed to a uniform mark the be this type of cancer, especially if a background of tobacco use. It is not to say that in the absence of an asbestosis, a lung cancer may be asbestos-related, the criterion of Pathologists is currently used when making their diagnosis.


Asbestos-related lung cancer in smokers

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The excellent asbestos & mesothelioma Center Web site is this information about asbestos in Texas. Visit & mesothelioma asbestos Center for more information about asbestos and associated health risks.

Everything is bigger in Texas - problems including asbestos. Texas
is the condition most involved in the domestic oil industry and companies
You call this State home, such as shell, Gulf, and mobile. Unfortunately, the
Oil industry among the hardest in relation to asbestos problems,.
with millions of employees, who in the last 100 years exposed to be.

Although Texas of spacious rural areas has, it also has a
Number of major cities, in which problems were asbestos
focused. In 1999, there were 125 reported deaths from Mesothelioma
along. This rare form of cancer only occurs where asbestos exposure occur.
In addition contributed asbestosis and other diseases of the respiratory system
Death in Texas. If you live or work in this State, and believe
Already by asbestos, immediately to speak to a doctor and to find
an attorney to protect your rights.

Called at risk and places in Texas

The oil industry is booming, companies during the industrial
Revolution needed a way to protect their plants from fires and cutting
bottom of the engine corrosion. Asbestos was a great idea, because
This substance can be used to create materials that are heat-resistant
(and essentially refractory), flexible, durable, lightweight, strong,
and cheap. Asbestos was used in products such as gaskets,
Thermal insulation, and all uniforms for staff. But in the course of time
General wear and tear causes that the asbestos fibres are released back into
can in the air, where people breathe it. Although the use of
Asbestos these plants made safer from fire, they increase the other health
Risks and millions in the danger zone. All the major oil companies
Asbestos in some capacity used.

Texas also has a number of other popular sectors, the
known, that to use asbestos. Along the Gulf Coast shipyards are common, and
for the above listed factors, asbestos was a great product for use
Construction of the ships. Until the 1980s, asbestos (particularly in the insulation)
used in this sector for many building materials. In additional
Asbestos had its place in the electric power and chemical industries,
two other industries that were major powerhouses in Texas for many
Years (and are still).

There are also deposits of asbestos found in Texas, of course.
Although this usually not a threat to anyone on a hike for are
For example, mines to retrieve this asbestos for commercial use were very
dangerous. If not adjustable, area saw in this living people
high concentration of asbestos fibres in the air and water. The
naturally occurring asbestos in Texas is located Northwest of San
Antonio, near the town of Canyon State natural area.

It is important to note that due to its location, Texas, is a
Hotspot for fierce winds and tornadoes. If a building with
Asbestos is damaged in strong winds, the asbestos fibers fill the air and
become a threat to all life and work in the area. For this reason
Asbestos should be monitored here more than in other places exactly
in homes, even if it in the tree and currently is not
Threat.

Asbestos-related deaths in Texas

As you can imagine, because Texas is so heavily involved in a number
There were thousands of deaths injuries that used asbestos,
asbestos-related illnesses in this State. According to a study
There were connection almost 2,800 asbestos related deaths in Texas, because in 1979
and 1999. About half of these deaths they were due to asbestosis,
others were half as a result of mesothelioma. Harris County, Jefferson County,
and Dallas County the location were the hardest hit, what is not
surprisingly, since these industrial hubs in Texas.

Texas is in the United States in relation to mesothelioma cases 7,
with a mortality rate of about 8 per million. With more and more people
Reporting asbestos-related illnesses in this State every day,.
Number could continue to rise, unfortunately. Asbestos in
Texas can now regulated, but cases are still as discovered
These diseases take many years to materialize. Someone exposure to
Asbestos could find today only in the 1960s that he or she has
Mesothelioma, for example.

Legal bases for Texas residents

There are many processes in Texas concerning asbestos-related
Diseases and injuries. Some of these cases have set priority.
in the State and throughout the United States. For example, in the year 2000 due
in the case of Pustejovsky v. rapid-American Corp., Texas Supreme
Court rules that could anyone affected by asbestos more than once to sue.
This is because more complicated diseases can later in
Life. This judgment has the course changed many lives as usual
Help for asbestos a year develop but more medical bills must be
Mesothelioma a decade later.

Often Texas proved that victims right in the
Case of asbestos-related diseases. If you have been injured due to asbestos
Exhibition in Texas, it is important to immediately with a lawyer speak.
There are typically two-year limitation period for filing suit, so
Make sure that you talk to a lawyer soon to your case call.


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Panel of oncologists say less overweight cancer survival

If you are overweight, your chances of surviving cancer are far less than normal weight, studies that point out. But it is not the number on the scale, affecting the chances of survival. Everything has to do with the fact that doctors are not the patient weight... the size of the doses of chemotherapy based on and it should be, says a panel of oncologists.

The largest organization of doctors, the treatment of cancer, the American Society of Clinical Oncology, aims to resolve this serious error and new guidelines provides suggested weight-based doses for obese patients with all forms of cancer.

Also receiving as necessary strongly, can reduce the chance of survival, a little less chemotherapy reported an article in the Washington Post. Frightening, various studies have shown that more than 40 percent of obese patients less than 85 percent have received the correct dose for someone her size.

It's time to change that, says Dr. Gary Lyman, a Duke University oncologist, who led the Panel, wrote the new guidelines.

"They call it the bloat;" It is resizing provision,"says Lyman. "There is little doubt that a degree of Undertreatment will contribute to the higher mortality and recurrence in obese patients."

Dr. Richard Pazdur, warmly advise the Panel supervisor who endorses FDA cancer drug.

"By minimizing the dose or limit the dose we were undertreating patients," he said.

Experts say dosing for all types of cancer, intestinal, is usually treated with chemotherapy including breast, ovarian, and lung cancer, leukemia and other blood diseases. Mesothelioma patients, the Alimta or other chemo drugs could be in the proverbial boat.

Give too little chemo, "could make it as if they are treated at all not so they use through the whole ordeal without, go in the extreme case,...", Dr. Jennifer Griggs, said University of Michigan breast cancer specialist, who also to the guidelines worked.

The Panel notes, while the large is certainly not healthy, it is the new norm in America, with 60 percent of all Americans are tending as overweight and 35 percent are classified as obese. Is why this study is so important.

In addition, similar studies actually show that obese patients are less likely to be dangerous to develop low blood counts from cancer treatment and chemo drugs can hold more quickly clear from their body.

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Panel of oncologists say less overweight cancer survival

Famous French skyscraper suffer asbestos of woes


Ask those who in the 688-foot-high tour to work Montparnasse skyscraper in the French capital as they enjoy working in the tallest building in the city and the most rave about the views and modern facilities. But workers have lately to disgruntled with what Paris authorities "numerous exposure to asbestos dust" the last few months in demand faced.

An article in the local, France English newspaper, reported that the presence of asbestos dust is aimed through ongoing work in the massive Tower, removing asbestos-containing insulation was caused. However, it seems that the contractor shall not the appropriate precautionary measures to prevent asbestos may take.

All in all in 2009 there were 72 occasions, where the concentration of asbestos fibres in the air exceeded the permissible limit. These events are so regular recently become, that many companies were forced to leave their workers this summer. Some, like Amundi, a subsidiary of banks Crédit Agricole and Société Général, not back decided to their offices on the 59th floor, out of fear that the health of their employees in danger is. Authorities in Paris have even threatened the entire Tower of its 5,000 + empty workers cleared up the situation is.

It was first revealed that the Tour Montparnasse asbestos-containing materials contain a problem in 2005, the front page headlines. After the unveiling of the builders, help remove the cancer-causing material that can cause mesothelioma cancer, and replace it with something safer. The work began in 2007 and is not expected to be completed by 2017. Contractors have difficulty removing of material from certain hard-to-reach places including the fire escapes, and work, while the building is occupied resulted in further delays.

Asbestos was banned in France in 1997. Tour Montparnasse arose in the early 1970s, at about the same time, the New Yorker use still usual asbestos World Trade Center was built was an era.

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Famous French skyscraper suffer asbestos of woes

Lightning strike calls provide asbestos in the school

Lewisboro Elementary School in the Katonah-Lewisboro school district was all-clear environmental experts in Westchester County, New York, after was discovered asbestos in the course of an inspection, chimney was followed by a lightning strike at the school.

An article in the Bedford-Katonah patch reported that asbestos tiles were the inspectors discovered after Sept. 2nd strike, which the school closed, completed the inspections with air and surface and it was considered, there would be no problems with asbestos.

The district environmental experts in all the school employs 20 tests, says the samples by vacuum sealing material walls, carpets and floors, recorded together with sampling from the air. Although the tests found that the concentration of asbestos fibres in the air within the legal limits were some reduction to be completed, the District reported.

"A small amount of the abatement will be held the nurse's Office, and we push to complete the work this weekend", said a spokesman for the district. In the meantime, parents send their children to school without worrying about them inhalation of asbestos, a variety of respiratory ailments, such as such as asbestosis and mesothelioma can cause.

Asbestos in the schools is commonplace, when the building was built before the end of the 1970s. Schools in the United States are required to have asbestos management plans that specify where is asbestos. According to EPA laws, schools must have also an individual on-site emergencies was trained in the handling of any asbestos. This person is usually a member for the maintenance personnel.

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Lightning strike calls provide asbestos in the school

Michigan mishandled asbestos in the Charter-School men

Three men in Bay City, Michigan have been accused, by a federal grand jury for the handling of asbestos at a converted former Church, set to a branch of the Bay City Academy for the next school year to House.

According to an article in the Bay City times, two of the men - Roy C. Bradley SR. and Gerald A. Essex - together, to convert the former Church in time for the Charter School for the school year 2013-2014 to charge transport. During the process, the two "knowingly to remove and in accordance with the national emission standards for hazardous air pollutants errors cause the removal of all regulated asbestos-containing materials from this plant", the indictment says.

The third man before the Court provided, over the charges Rodolfo Rodriguez, Carpenter, who had also worked on the renovation. He has been charged jury a Grand with individual counts of tampering with witnesses, victims or informants and dispensing false statements. The former is a 20-year felony, reported the newspaper.

Prosecutors to claim that Rodriguez "has been removed from the Church had made intentionally false statements about the amount of asbestos-containing materials, misleading statements about the identity of those who were to do the distance."

The new Bay City Academy is one of three in the city. Owner Steve Ingersoll, an ophthalmologist who said that he over the fees, which was, as he believed all the renovation in order and all work was done was shocked according to code.

"It is a surprise, we had the usual regulatory checks and similar to all aspects of environmental protection from the beginning of the construction construction and building and every year after that reference", he said. "A test that showed any kind of problem never existed. Eco-friendly, the building is fine and always has been."

"The assertion that apparently some [Bradley] asbestos, but that does not seem occurred workers law, because it should be all removed were time got the guys on the site", Ingersoll said, adding that he, that Bradley was an asbestos contractor remove harmful materials, the mesothelioma can cause believed, if inhaled.

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Michigan mishandled asbestos in the Charter-School men

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Study shows reduction in caloric intake in response to some cancer treatments can improve

A new French study examined, how you eat and how much you eat during cancer treatments how successful your treatment may be especially when it comes to so-called targeted cancer therapies, can determine.

The study was conducted with results, published this week in an online version of blood, the journal of the American Society of Hematology (ASH), by the French Institute of health and medical research in Nice, France. It was one of only a few, aiming that resembles caloric intake to study cell death during treatment.

"While we know that consuming excess calories is associated with increased cancer risk, there is far less clarity in the scientific literature about it, such as calorie restriction and the metabolism of the body potentially body's response to cancer treatment can affect," said lead author Jean honor country Ricci, PhD, study of the French Institute of health and medical research in Nice, France. "By understanding the link between metabolism and the body's natural cancer suppressor and activators, we might improve the effectiveness of therapy and improve survival for patients with certain types of cancer."

"If people and animals consume calories' the study explains:" the body metabolizes food to produce energy and assist in the building of proteins. " If less calories are consumed, reduces the amount of nutrients for the body's cells, slowing down the metabolic process and the function of some proteins limit."

"These characteristics of calorie restriction led researchers suspect that could reduce calorie intake may help to inhibit the overexpression of the protein of MCL-1, a change, associated with several types of cancer."

Targeted therapies are used in an area which is cancer therapy with these therapies, popular treat a wide variety of types of the disease. Researchers seeking to understand how these treatments still more effective and studies such as the completed offer more hope in France for patients with cancer, including rare species such as mesothelioma haunted.

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Study shows reduction in caloric intake in response to some cancer treatments can improve

South Carolina jury awards $38 M in asbestos

After a 2 half week study, South Carolina Man regularly with asbestos-containing working materials $38 million was awarded damages for health problems, exposure to the toxic mineral.

An article in The State reported that Lloyd was Garvin 74 years Wagener, South Carolina, $10 million in actual damages and his wife received $1 million for loss of Consortium. Furthermore, defendants Durco and crane co. have been ordered to pay M in punitive damages, $11 and defendant Byron Jackson carries $5 M. All three defendants considered the prices unreasonably.

All three defendants are on the manufacture of pumps and valves for decades containing asbestos. Garvin said, that the jury, the work of his years of exposure to the defendant asbestos gaskets as well as with regard to packaging in valves and pumps, which he used in the factory and farm him to develop mesothelioma caused.

However, a spokesman for crane said there was "no credible evidence" that crane was responsible for Garvins mesothelioma, and he called the award "excessive and unwarranted." The other defendants agreed and will most likely all the judgment.

Garvin could testify personally. Seriously ill, he was also captured by double pneumonia at the time of the procedure, and his testimony was presented via video. Doctors say he has less than a year to live because of his cancer.

His lawyer asked to evaluate the jury, whether the award of $1 million in actual damages for each year of life, that Garvin was expected to miss because of its risk exposure to asbestos. National statistics show that Garvins life expectancy would have another 10 to 11 years, the lawyer pointed out.

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South Carolina jury awards $38 M in asbestos

Senator Baucus makes Medicare official Libby asbestos-ravaged

Montana Senator Max Baucus has a vested interested in the people of his country and understand firsthand what the city Libby suffered during the last few decades through.

He's brought a large number of people visit the small town near the Canadian border, intent to convince them to more than 4,000 people who impacted, mine are touched vermiculite from exposure to asbestos due to a prolonged operation, asbestos. This week Baucus companion was a Medicare official, who wanted to see for himself what had done asbestos, this once vibrant city.

According to an article in the Missoulian asked Baucus Marilyn Tavenner, newly appointed, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, come in particular meet the people of Libby, who personally suffered the effects of asbestos, as well as family members of those who have already passed on diseases such as cancer mesothelioma. Tavenner, who has a picture of a victim on her desk in Washington, D.C., eagerly accepted the invitation.

Baucus had Tavenner addressed in the past about the fact, that Medicare is delayed victims compensation payments. Now, he wants to went to persuade, increasing additional Medicare benefits for asbestos victims from the area. Libby victims receive health care coverage under Medicare due to a provision wrote Baucus in the affordable care Act, but only those that lives in Lincoln and Flathead County quality reporting.

"Libby asbestos victims who either no longer live receive County can, the special domestic care services, special medical equipment, help with travel, care, special counselling, food supplements and medicines, which are not under the Medicare drug plans," the article notes. The agency headed by Tavenner has the opportunity to change this.

Tavenner, said she hoped that the changes within the next few months, and certainly will come at the end of the year. It could be Baucus last Libby-related victory before he not be trying to retire, as he in 2014.

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Senator Baucus makes Medicare official Libby asbestos-ravaged

Employee absence back to Federal building caused after years of asbestos

Federal workers in Oak Ridge, Tennessee are next month moving back in their offices at the Joe L. Evins Federal building, after he forced through the discovery of asbestos dust in the building, heating and air conditioning more than a year ago.

An article in Oak Ridge today reported that around 350 employees as Inspectors noticed were ousted in June 2012, that lots of asbestos insulation in the duct work fell and throughout the building, circulation was have threaten people for asbestos. Most of the staff had to move while the U.S. Services Administration, which owns the building, asbestos contractors, was the old, damaged General on other sites to remove insulation.

Last year, after discovering the material identified air tests, the employees were exposed not asbestos dust, but, not many who came to stop daily at the 42-year-old building concerned about their health to work. In the latest news articles, many concerns voiced the asbestos-containing insulation, which had apparently on metal pipe glued been, but came loose. Some want to undergo x-rays of the chest or other screening tests because of fears about diseases such as mesothelioma, that undetected and then all of a sudden can appear for decades regularly.

The asbestos-containing insulation actually pretty widely reported Services Administration, Saudia Muwwakkil, regional public affairs officer for the General.

"The project involved the removal of asbestos-containing material from HVAC fan convectors and pipe chases, demolition and construction of the affected wall partitions and floors, ceilings and walls, surface cleaning" the Muwwakkil said, pointing out that the work about 92 per cent of the plant affected.

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Employee absence back to Federal building caused after years of asbestos

Asbestos debris a concern after Indianapolis warehouse fire

Marion County, Indiana public health officials have announced that dirt left behind after a four-alarm fire in the city in the vicinity of Eastside asbestos neighborhood containing a declaration that alarmed many residents of the area.

According to an article in the Indianapolis Department of the presence of carcinogen testing star fire inspectors told the press that the conflagration on the 1500 block of which a few blocks away was found Van Buren Street and suspicions about its contents led some of the rubble. Indeed positive for asbestos test samples from rubble, which had made its way to the 1300 block said Calhoun Street, on the road from where the fire happened, Department spokesman Curt Brantingham.

All the positive samples were within the same one-block radius found Brantingham said, adding that he believed that "the presence of asbestos-containing materials not an immediate risk" assumes, for the inhabitants, stressed however, that people to stay, away from the rubble must be and don't try to remove them.

"... If people were to move to interfere," he said, "it might make some of the particles in the air to go."

Most of what was found, the notes article seems dark-colored tar-like substances, most likely a roofing material of type of.

As an additional precaution, mentioned the presence of asbestos articles, Indianapolis, the health authorities in booking neighbouring located near Eastside, information and warning residents and educate them about the dangers of asbestos from door to door go. Inhaling the tiny fibers can be a variety of complaints, respiratory problems, a severe form of cancer known as mesothelioma between cause.

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Asbestos debris a concern after Indianapolis warehouse fire

Grant helps historic theatre make asbestos-free

Monday, August 26, 2013

In the context of a 10-year renovation project in one of the oldest theaters in Ohio, the contractor shall spend the next six weeks removing asbestos-containing materials, which made uncertain the old buildings for employees and customers in the past.

An article in the Herald-Star reported that this week erected scaffolding asbestos was covered, so Lepi workers could begin the process companies near Zanesville, Ohio eliminate shipyards pipes from the theater, the 1925 opened but finished its activities in 1979 and served only as a storage space for the last few decades. Fans of the old theatre are committed have it up and running again.

The $49.748-contract for asbestos abatement is the clean Ohio Revitalization Fund paid through grant received by the city last year. Representatives of Ohio environmental of developmental services toured Department protection agency and the Ohio Theater earlier in the summer, renovations to check and will be on-site, to ensure that all procedures be performed correctly, so that no one suffers asbestos removal.

"Take the project of all asbestos be removed completely from the building should be about six weeks, including. I am very glad that we were able to get to do the State subsidy to this project and appreciate the efforts of the city and the Jefferson County Regional Planning Commission, "said Scott Dressel, President of the great theatre for the performing arts restoration Committee, which each insured that the stage and seating would be completely sealed during the asbestos removal.

"No one may in the theater until the job is done," said Dressel, who noted that his team of volunteers on outside projects would work, during Lal company the toxic asbestos insulation was addressing.

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Grant helps historic theatre make asbestos-free

After closely the House Six months ago is Act introduced in the Senate

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May 15, 2014

Washington, DC - may 12, Senator Republican Jeff Flake of Arizona introduced version of the Senate to advance asbestos claims transparency law, colloquially known as de facto law, by 2014. Version of the House Bill was adopted November 13, 2013.

Objective of the Bill is to prevent fraudulent claims of asbestos requiring bankruptcy asbestos trusts to publish quarterly reports that include the names of the victims, the history of exposure to the and Details of the payment in the interests of transparency. Trusts have been set up to ensure that exposure to asbestos victims would be compensated, even after the company went bankrupt.

Many Democrats have maintained that such a law could lead to discrimination in employment, as some employers may avoid hiring people with a history of asbestos litigation in order to avoid a similar situation. During discussions of House on the Bill, Democrat Nancy Pelosi of California argued that there is no evidence proving the "systematic fraud". She also referred to the Bill as "petty", echoing the opinion of many Democrats.

Republicans argue that the law is necessary to reduce corruption, not asbestos claimants, but greedy lawyers.

"Congress must act now to increase transparency," Flake said in a statement. "The lack of transparency and control of these trusts have allowed a system where applicants can file incompatible claims among the many trusts or trusts against and solvents companies in the tort system." This lack of transparency is threatening the ability of future applicants to receive full compensation for their injuries. »

Exposure to asbestos is responsible for many respiratory health problems, including the fatal mesothelioma. Although asbestos was banned in the 1970s, about 3,000 mesothelioma diagnoses are made each year due to the prolonged disease latent period.

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Delays asbestos discovered at the Charleston International Airport redevelopment project

Charleston, South Carolina - responsible for Airport International of Charleston seek to retrieve finance devoted to the removal of the containing material asbestos discovered during the renovation. Asbestos, which is integrated into an agent waterproofing, will delay construction at the airport by about a month. It will cost also $670,000 to remove it, a cost not included in the price tag of 200 000 000 $de redevelopment project.

Director Paul Campbell said that patrons and employees of the airport were never exposed to the harmful substance because he was behind the walls of bricks and never took off.

Because the original construction was made in the early 1980s, after asbestos was banned, Campbell and other airport officials seek to keep the financially responsible violators. "When the airport was built, it was well known that asbestos was toxic," said airport Attorney Arnold Goodstein. "We will watch closely to see if we can find this funding from the contractor who installed it or the manufacturer who made it. ''

Although the original contractor used the material containing asbestos after the ban, it is possible that its use was legal. According to Anne Kearse, a lawyer based on Mount Pleasant, which specializes in the case of asbestos, not all products containing asbestos were banned in the 1970s. "There are certain products that still have asbestos that are properly labeled," she explains. "They must be below a certain level."

After more than three decades, there is also a possibility that the responsible parties are out of reach. "If the contractor or manufacturer is no longer in activity, the airport could turn to a dealer who sold, but even in this case, the airport could have to dig to make a legal case, said Kearse.

Exposure to asbestos is extremely dangerous for lung health, and it is the main cause of mesothelioma, a rare type of cancer that has a prognosis grave. Despite the prohibition of asbestos, about 3,000 mesothelioma diagnoses are made each year.


Delays asbestos discovered at the Charleston International Airport redevelopment project

Measles vaccine destroys Cancer Incurable in a clinical study Mayo lighthouse

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May 19, 2014

Rochester, Minnesota --Stacy Erholtz, who was one of the two participants in a study conducted by the Mayo Clinic, was cured of multiple myeloma after receiving a dose of the measles vaccine massive enough to inoculate up to 10 million people. The results have researchers excited about the implications for other diseases; they are already testing the effectiveness of the vaccine on the neck, brain, ovary and cancer of cervix, as well as mesothelioma.

"This is a huge event," said Steven Russell, a hematologist at the Mayo Clinic. "We have known for some time the virus act as a vaccine." If you inject a virus into a tumor, you can cause the immune system to destroy the cancer and other cancers. This is different. It puts the virus into the bloodstream, it infects and destroys cancer, it debulks, and then the immune system can come and blot the residue, "he explained.

Cancer of the other patient returned after nine months. Erholtz, who was diagnosed with multiple myeloma there are a dozen years, has been in full remission for more than six months. "I had to have not all conventional treatments for this trial," she said. "My state of mind was that I had no other options available, then why I do? '' It is by far the simplest treatment with very few side effects. I hope that this is the future of infusion of cancer treatment. »

The researchers decided to use multiple myeloma patients in the study, because their immune systems are compromised, meaning that their body is not fighting off the coast of measles before he can attack the cancer. Both Ehholtz that the other patient had limited exposure to measles, so they had not developed a large amount of antibodies against the virus.

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Public alert whistleblowers in the regime who have delayed the Phoenix VA hospital care

Phoenix, AZ - 40 patients who died in a Phoenix VA hospital may have died as a result of care delayed.

One of the patients who died of the Phoenix hospital was Thomas Breen, cancer victim whose daughter-in-law Sally Eliano has been vocal about the delays. "All those who were part of this, they should be held accountable because it is a crime."Do you know care delayed are deprived of care, and it is not right, she said.

On 8 may, a House Committee voted to assign records that the hospital will refused to cede.

Too make an appointment is a question that has become common in hospitals goes everywhere in the country. For veterans who suffer from illnesses that afflict them, commonly including PTSD and mesothelioma, care should be provided within a period reasonable because any delay in care of these patients is harmful to their health.

Many whistleblowers, including the former employee VA Dr. Samuel Foote, said administrators failed to report between 1,400 and 1,600 applications for appointment to improve the treatment of the hospital record.

"It was essentially an elaborate scheme to conceal the waiting times for patients. Rather than deal with it, they would just cover,"says Dr Foote, who has recently retired after 24 years at the VA. "The main problem was we had a very high demand, and we had a relatively limited amount of service. ''

Although some members of Congress have called the Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki's resignation, Shinseki rejected their. "My responsibility is to ensure that the review is conducted quickly and thoroughly, and then, something is done about it," he said.

Shinseki also assured the public that his Department was taking steps to prevent such misconduct elsewhere.


Public alert whistleblowers in the regime who have delayed the Phoenix VA hospital care

Supreme Court of Philadelphia says the trial judgment in asbestos case

Philadelphia - Philadelphia supreme Court confirmed the decision of the jury in an asbestos case after both the plaintiffs that the defendant has appealed the verdict, which awarded 1 million $ to a victim of mesothelioma.

The applicants, Richard and Joyce Rost, filed an appeal of the jury of the Court of first instance, claiming instructions on the sheet of the confused jury the jury and has led to the least compensation that was deserved. The judgment of 1 million $ decomposes in 844 $800 to Mr. Rost in damages and $ 150,000 in Ms. Rost for loss of consortium.

The defendant, Ford Motor Company, appealed against refusal by the Court of its motion after the trial judgment. Ford is the last defendant remaining in costume asbestos of the Rod. The other defendants - General Electric, Westinghouse and Ingersoll Rand - all previously installed.

In his testimony, Mr. Rost said he had briefly worked at a Ford dealership in 1950, and about 90% of the vehicles serviced dealer were Fords. Between 1945 and 1950, he, claimed Ford brakes and clutches were asbestos from 40 to 60% by weight. During the time of Mr. Rost at Ford, other mechanics were responsible for brake, remove the battery from pause, sanding and fixing claws, which escapes accidentally dangerous asbestos fibres in the air supply.

In his appeal, Ford pointed out that applicants must provide an expert opinion that Mr. Rost has been exposed to Ford products with a sufficient quantity of asbestos cause mesothelioma. The company pointed out that Mr. Rost had been exposed to asbestos on a number of occasions and in various contexts and stated that without expert advice, it was impossible to determine the portion of Ford's responsibility.

Judge Jack Panella, however, cited two cases previous asbestos, Betz and Gregg, who refuted the argument of Ford. "Obviously, none of these opinions required the removal of the cause of the applicant of action simply due to problems with the applicant expert advice on this point," he said.

Appeal of the Rod, the Court agreed that language on the sheet of the jury may have resulted in some confusion, but said ultimately it was not enough to "vitiate the relevance and clarity of the charge to the jury."

"In summary, we only conclude none of the issues raised by either relief party of merit in appeal. Accordingly, we affirm the judgment of the Court of first instance, "Panella said.


Supreme Court of Philadelphia says the trial judgment in asbestos case

Widow awarded the regulation at issue Philadelphia asbestos

Philadelphia - a settlement reached in a suit filed by Rosemary T. Checho, widow of Thomas N. Checho, a victim of mesothelioma, who died in September 2012. Ms. Checho alleged that her husband contracted mesothelioma as a result of exposure to asbestos during his 35-year career as a composition metal machine operator.

After the Solicitor for the plaintiff, Michael C. Mudd, raised some questions concerning the method of Philadelphia processing of asbestos cases, the case was settled for an undisclosed amount.

Mudd has filed a motion asking a judge specially leave General Court Regulation No. 2013-01, which historically has deferred claims for punitive damages in the case of asbestos. However, late 2011, Judge John w. Herron, the administrative judge of the trial division Philadelphia, changed the rules so that the case of asbestos were not "reverse bifurcated," which means that they have not carried over and consolidated with similar cases.

In its filing, Mudd argued that the inability of the applicant to present a request for punitive damages to the jury was a violation of Ms. Checho right to due process.

"Since the Philadelphia asbestos, tests are most reversed bifurcated, justifying the postponement of punitive damages claims no longer exists," Mudd wrote in its filing. If a jury may reasonably conclude the defendant guilty based on evidence, "then the damages punitive damages claim should be submitted to the jury," he also wrote.

Exposure to airborne asbestos is the main cause of mesothelioma, this is why the widespread use of the dangerous substance has been banned in the 1970s. Mesothelioma has a period of latency extended; many of the victims of the disease were exposed to asbestos for decades, often before the entry into force of the ban. Each year, approximately 3,000 mesothelioma diagnoses are made.


Widow awarded the regulation at issue Philadelphia asbestos

Results of Deal of advocacy in the Six months in Prison in the case of asbestos

Florence, South Carolina - David Braswell, of Little River, South Carolina, was sentenced to six months in prison and ordered to pay $ 10,000 fine for violating the Clean Air Act. Braswell sentencing included also six months of home detention and three years of probation after his release from prison.

Company Braswell, Cool side LLC, was hired to replace the siding of the Regency towers at Myrtle Beach in March 2009. According to an indictment issued last year, Braswell proceeded to start the renovation work without an asbestos inspection. Cool hand wash pressure cladding, releasing the friable asbestos into the atmosphere and put the company's employees and the public to the risk of exposure to the hazardous substance, which is responsible for deadly respiratory diseases, such as mesothelioma by the hotel.

The indictment said, "side Cool workers were not fitted with respiratory protection, nor were the occupants of the Regency towers has informed of the danger and provided personal or environmental protection."

As part of a plea of guilty to which he pleaded guilty to an accusation of a crime, Braswell was facing a maximum sentence of five years and a fine of $250,000. He was originally charged with seven counts of violating the Act Clean Air and two charges of crime for making false statements to federal agents.

"Sentence of today should mean that the EPA and its partners remain committed to protecting communities through the difficult implementation of the environmental laws of the country," said special agent EPA Maureen O'Mara.

This sentiment was echoed by U.S. attorney Bill nettles, who said: "Our Office will continue to give priority to the work environment that we do with federal agencies and State, to ensure that these cases are brought to the foreground."


Results of Deal of advocacy in the Six months in Prison in the case of asbestos

Cancer drug developer Verastem published the book on the study of the loss of Merlin

Rick Kornak provides sharp news and interesting articles for the Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance. Bio.

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May 29, 2014

Cambridge, Massachusetts --scientists working for the developer of drug Verastem, Inc. have published an article in the latest issue of the journal Science Translational Medicine, and the details of the study are source of inspiration for cancer patients, including those suffering from Mesothelioma.

The book, entitled, "Merlin deficiency predicts FAK inhibitor sensitivity: synthetic lethal relationship» details scientific findings related to merlin, a tumor suppressor. Results of the study showed that the loss of merlin increases the reactivity of the patient to drugs that target cancer stem cells by inhibition of focal adhesion kinase (FAK). Loss of Merlin is a common symptom of mesothelioma, with about half of the victims of the disease suffer from this deficiency.

According to Jonathan Pachter, Ph.d. and Director of research at Verastem, "these results based on key findings published earlier this year, which showed that the loss of merlin pushes the development of very aggressive malignant mesothelioma. Accordingly, in a model of tumor derived from patient negative merlin mesothelioma, FAK inhibitor treatment as maintenance therapy prolonged inhibition of tumor growth after treatment with pemetrexed [standard-care workers] and cisplatin. »

Mesothelioma is a fatal type of cancer that is caused by exposure to asbestos. Asbestos has been banned for the use for several decades, but there are still about 3,000 made mesothelioma diagnoses every year. The disease has a long latency period, so many of its victims were exposed to the carcinogenic material before the ban.

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Cancer drug developer Verastem published the book on the study of the loss of Merlin

Asbestos claim of widow restarted after the decision of the Court of appeal

Rick Kornak provides sharp news and interesting articles for the Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance. Bio.

Rick Kornak

May 23, 2014

Jackson, Tennessee - a 2009 decision of Court of first instance to reject the asbestos widow combination was reversed and sent back in the Court of appeal may 16, reconnecting with the claim of Ms. Dolores Blackmon that the Illinois Central Railroad Co. is responsible for fatal mesothelioma of her husband. Mr. Dolphus Blackmon, who was an employee of the Illinois Central Railroad Co. for more than forty years, has been regularly exposed to toxic substances, such as the exhaust from diesel engines and asbestos, as a machinist.

Decision of the Court of first instance to enjoin prosecution of Ms. Blackmon was based on the fact that Mr. Blackmon had already sued Illinois Central in pursuit of a Federal Employers' Liability Act in 2002, date at which there was a settlement and Mr. Blackmon was paid $28,000. Ms. Blackmon then appealed the trial court's decision.

The Court of Appeal held that the regulation in 2002 did not cover mesothelioma of Mr. Blackmon, that this trial has been associated with asbestosis, a very different respiratory disease that develops from exposure to asbestos.

«The receipt signed by Mr. Blackmon seems to be a standard waiver of liability, there is evidence that the parties understood, much less addressed or discussed, the scope of the claims being rejected, considered the Court of appeal.

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Monday, June 9, 2014

Causes, symptoms, treatment and prognosis for stage IV lung cancer

What causes lung cancer and why?
The most common cause of lung cancer (small cell [SCLC] and non-small cell [NSCLC]) is smoking (the SCLC and NSCLC)-including passive (second-hand) smoke. However, other causes may be:
Inhaling harmful vapours (gases such as radon).Occupational health and safety (asbestos factories, carpet mills, Fireworks industries, etc.).
The main reason for the outbreak of lung cancer due to the fact that the lungs are one of the bodies that are most exposed to the external environment, more than all other organs in the body.
What are the symptoms of stage IV lung cancer?
Early lung cancer symptoms are not usually apparent for most patients; But, as they become apparent-later symptoms may include the following:
Pain in the arms, back, hips and shoulders (shows metastases [spread] of the disease).Persistent cough ([smoker's cough] often blood can be coughed up-known as hemoptysis or haemoptysis).Problems swallowing caused by an invasion of the esophagus (hoarseness of the throat).Recurrent pneumonia or bronchitis.Seizures and weakness in the body [weakness is often due to weight loss).Shortness of breath and wheezing (often with a slight burning sensation can be felt in the trachea [windpipe] and chest area.Visionary problems and headaches (mild-pounding) with indication of an invasion of the brain (brain tumor).Yellowing of the skin caused by a liver violation (jaundice).
What treatment is available for stage IV lung cancer?
Due to lung cancer is usually not diagnosed until a late settings is usually limited to trying to prevent multiple metastases, and try to give a patient an extended forecast (lifetime).
Chemotherapy (to prolong a patient's prognosis), however, is usually the treatment of choice-as surgical treatments is of negligible due to the metastasis of the cancer already has affected too many organs in the body (impossible to remove as much of the body and for a patient to survive afterwards).
Other palliative treatments (additional) may also be considered, such as: radiation therapies and clinical trials treatments [usually a combination of new treatments and drugs]).
What is the prognosis for stage IV lung cancer?
Prognosis for stage IV lung cancer is unfortunately bad to say mildly (due to late discovery). In most cases, there are estimated to be only a 10% 5-year survival rate for NSCLC and with a median survival [when 50% of the patients are still alive, and 50% has gone away] of only about 8 months. This will be further reduced to about a 5% 5-year survival rate with the SCLC, and only a few months when it is not treated.
Although influential factors may include: age, health, choice of treatment and the patient's response to treatment, and the specific characteristics of the tumor. Also it has been known for some cancer patients have survived against all odds longer than others (due in main to the body will be more accommodating to the treatments).
Philip is a Freelance writer, author and owner of cancer Cry. He was born in Oxfordshire, England; But today he lives in Mexico, where he has been based for many years writing about cancer and other health-related topics.

Causes, symptoms, treatment and prognosis for stage IV lung cancer

VA Secretary Eric Shinseki if excuse of the establishment of Phoenix health care scandal, resigns

Washington, DC - following the recent scandal in Phoenix health care, old-Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki addressed the corruption of the Department in a speech delivered on 30 May. He announced that as a result of the scandal, no senior executives are receiving a bonus this year, and that all of them will be removed from their positions at the facility. The scandal has caused many to call for the resignation of Shinseki. While Shinseki initially showed no signs of resigning, president Obama announced the resignation of Shinseki in a press conference today.

In the speech, Shinseki also apologized to Congress, the American people and participants of the word - members of the National Coalition of homeless veterans. Shinseki was particularly apologetic community veteran, who refer to it as "the people that I care more deeply," adding that the leader of the Department of Veterans Affairs, it "was honoured to serve more than five years" in what he called the call of a lifetime.
Shinseki took full responsibility for failing to recognize the problems of his Ministry, which led to many too long waits for appointments and, in some cases, death due to lack of timely care. "I said that when this situation started to weeks in the past months that I thought that the problem was limited and isolated, because I thought that," he said. "I no longer believe that." It is systemic."

Shinseki met with president Obama after the speech to have a "serious conversation," according to the President. Later, in a press conference, the President announced the resignation of Shinseki. Shinseki said he "doesn't want to be a distraction" then the situation are fixed.
"It was the judgment of Ric on behalf of his former colleagues, and I agree," said president Obama. Deputy VA Gibson Sloan will have to intervene acting VA Secretary until a new candidate can be selected and fill the post on a permanent basis.

VA Secretary Eric Shinseki if excuse of the establishment of Phoenix health care scandal, resigns

Thursday, May 1, 2014

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