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By | May 19, 2017

Armed Forces Day: An Opportunity to Honor Our Nation’s Heroes – Past and Present

Tomorrow – May 20, 2017 – is the 67th annual National Armed Forces Day; a day designed to honor the past and present members of all branches of the armed forces in… Read More

By | May 11, 2017

What Every Mom Should Know About Bystander Asbestos Exposure

Mother’s Day is the perfect time to honor the mothers in our families and remind them how much they’re appreciated. These women typically shoulder the weight of caring for children, going to… Read More

By | April 28, 2017

Workers’ Memorial Day 2017: A Critical Fight for Safe Jobs All Over the World

On April 28 each year, workers, their families, unions and workplace safety advocates across the globe come together to observe International Workers’ Memorial Day, an awareness day promoting worker safety and commemorating… Read More

By | March 29, 2017

Take an Active Role in Global Asbestos Awareness Week This Year

When you hear the word asbestos, what do you think? Hazard? Dangerous? Toxin? All of these words are accurate, however there’s another word that should be crossing your mind – preventable. Hear… Read More

By | March 24, 2017

Asbestos in California: A History of Exposure and the Country’s Highest Rate of Mesothelioma Deaths

The western region of the United States, one of the most geographically diverse areas of the country, is home to rainforests, plains and mountains that attract people from all over the world.… Read More

By | March 21, 2017

Asbestos in Famous U.S. Landmarks: Workers and Tourists at Risk of Exposure

Once known as a “miracle fiber” for properties useful in construction, asbestos is now far from remarkable. Today, we know that the mineral causes fatal health complications, including asbestosis and the rare… Read More

By | March 10, 2017

Nellie Kershaw, an Inspiration to Women Everywhere: Stand Up Against Asbestos Exposure

“I have not received a penny…I should have had nine weeks wages now through no fault of my own.” Those are the words of Nellie Kershaw – a young, hard-working, once healthy… Read More

By | February 24, 2017

Why States with a History of Shipbuilding Suffered from Higher Rates of Mesothelioma

Not everyone can control whether they develop cancer. Yet, research has shown time and time again that certain avoidable risk factors can increase one’s chances of developing cancer, such as chemical exposure,… Read More

By | February 17, 2017

Outside the Mine: Why Miner Mesothelioma Risk is the Most Dangerous Hazard

Coal mining’s place on the list of most dangerous jobs in the world is well deserved. An average of 50 to 60 coal miners die on the job in the United States… Read More

By | February 3, 2017

World Cancer Day: What Does It Mean for Less Common Cancers Such as Mesothelioma?

Image Source: World Cancer Day Today, in the United States, there are 14 million new cancer cases and 8.2 million cancer deaths every single year. By 2030, these numbers are projected to… Read More