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Types of Mesothelioma

What Causes Mesothelioma? Were you recently diagnosed with mesothelioma? If so, you have probably heard your mesothelioma doctor or oncologist mention asbestos exposure. Asbestos is a toxic naturally occurring silicate […]

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Lung Cancer

Lung Cancer, a type of cancer that begins in the lungs, is the leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States between men and women, and often doesn’t show signs or symptoms in its earliest stages. Exposure to smoke, secondhand smoke, radon gas, asbestos and other carcinogens are some factors that can lead to lung cancer.

Laryngeal Cancer

Laryngeal Cancer, a type of cancer that develops in the tissue of the larynx or voice box, is one of the most common types of head and neck cancers in the United States, affecting men almost four times more than women every year. Poor nutrition, substance abuse and exposure to toxins, such as asbestos, are some of the factors that can lead to laryngeal cancer.

Colon Cancer

Colon Cancer, a type of cancer that begins in the large intestine, can occur at any age, although it often occurs in older adults. Substance abuse, poor nutrition, diabetes and exposure to radiation are some of the factors that can lead to colon cancer.

Mesothelioma

Mesothelioma, a type of cancer that occurs in the thin layer of tissue that covers a majority of your internal organs, often shows signs or symptoms 20 to 50 years after exposure to asbestos. An average of 3,000 or more Americans are diagnosed with mesothelioma every year. A personal history of asbestos exposure, living with someone who is exposed to asbestos and exposure to radiation are all risk-factors that lead to mesothelioma.

Stomach Cancer

Stomach Cancer, a type of cancer that occurs when there’s a buildup of abnormal cells that form a mass in the stomach, affects an estimated 27,000 people annually. Poor nutrition, substance abuse and pernicious anemia are some factors that can lead to stomach cancer. Recently, studies have shown that common heartburn medicines, proton pump inhibitors (PPI), may also cause stomach cancer.

Asbestosis

Asbestosis is a disease of the lungs, a chronic respiratory disease, caused by the inhalation of asbestos fibers. While note technically a cancer, asbestosis patients are likely to develop lung cancer.

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Filing a Lawsuit After an Asbestosis Diagnosis

Filing an Asbestos Lawsuit After an Asbestosis Diagnosis As the onset of asbestosis can lead to complications resulting from prolonged exposure to asbestos fibers, an asbestosis diagnosis can be very […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Filing a Mesothelioma Lawsuit

What is Mesothelioma? Mesothelioma is an aggressive and often fatal form of cancer that primarily affects the lining of the lungs and surrounding tissue. Mesothelioma symptoms often include chest pain, […]

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Is Asbestos Still Used Today? Learn About Unexpected Asbestos Use in Products and the Laws That Seek to Limit It.

When inhaled, asbestos minerals can wreak havoc on the body, most commonly on the respiratory system. Diseases caused by asbestos exposure result in the death of thousands of people annually. […]

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Asbestos Related Diseases: Learn About What They Are, Their Symptoms, Treatments, and Prevention

How Are Asbestos Diseases Caused? The mere presence of the toxic substance asbestos does not pose an immediate threat to anyone in its vicinity. However, asbestos fibers break down from […]

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Can I File an Asbestos Lawsuit for an Injury Contracted from Second-Hand Asbestos Exposure?

What Is Second-Hand Asbestos Exposure? Second-hand asbestos exposure can occur when an individual unknowingly carries asbestos fibers home from their workplace or another location where they were exposed to asbestos. […]

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Asbestosis: Its Cause, Symptoms, Treatments and Legal Recourse for This Destructive Asbestos Disease

What is the Asbestosis? Asbestosis is a lung disease characterized by inflamed and scarred tissue on the lungs which disrupts healthy and normal breathing. Asbestosis symptoms can take years, or […]

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Zantac Lawsuit – Cancer, Side Effects, Recalls, & Settlements

What is Zantac? What is Zantac (Ranitidine) Used For? Zantac is a popular heartburn medication and blood pressure medication that has been commonly used to treat a variety of indigestion […]

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Is it Too Late to File an Asbestos Injury Lawsuit? What You Need to Know About the Statute of Limitations for your Asbestos Case

Asbestos is a toxic substance that can have devastating effects on those who are exposed to it. Asbestos -related conditions are caused by the inhalation or ingestion of the microscopic […]

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Types of Mesothelioma

What Causes Mesothelioma? Were you recently diagnosed with mesothelioma? If so, you have probably heard your mesothelioma doctor or oncologist mention asbestos exposure. Asbestos is a toxic naturally occurring silicate […]

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Asbestos Injury, Lung Cancer, and Mesothelioma Lawsuits

Many people affected by injury related to asbestos exposure have relied on attorneys to help represent them and aid them in getting compensation for their medical bills, pain and suffering, […]

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Asbestos Exposure in the Military

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) estimates that 220,000 United States Military veterans, and other personnel have sustained asbestos exposure in the military between World War II […]

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Treatment Support Services for Asbestos Diseases in Alabama

These Alabama resources include transportation, home care, support groups and counseling, as well as veteran resources. There are doctors in Alabama who are experts at working with and treating mesothelioma, […]

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Alabama Asbestos Exposure, Cancer & Mesothelioma

In Alabama, the iron/steel, papermill, manufacturing, construction, ship-building and refinery industries have been associated with high-incidences of asbestos exposure and related litigation. We’ll delve into several of these cases involving […]

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Alabama Medical Resources for Asbestos Cancer and Diseases

Mesothelioma, Cancer, and Asbestos Exposure in Alabama: Alabama Mesothelioma and Asbestos Cancer Centers The Kirklin Clinic of University of Alabama (UAB) Hospital Specifically dedicated to outpatient care and research, the […]

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Clinical Trials for Asbestos Related Lung Cancer and Mesothelioma Treatment

Over 75% of mesothelioma cases involve the lungs. This is called Pleural Mesothelioma. Like all asbestos-related diseases, its cause is breathing asbestos fibers into the lungs. Most often, the patient […]

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