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Asbestos exposure and lung cancer
People who live in North Carolina and who may have worked around asbestos or had a loved one who worked with asbestos for many years should click on this link now. This article will share with you details of exactly what asbestos is, why it was once so popular and what makes it dangerous. Learn also what asbestosis and mesothelioma are and how they differ.
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More lawsuits allege asbestos in talc
Take a look at this article about the growing number of lawsuits alleging that common talc products, including baby powder and beauty products, contained trace amounts of asbestos for decades. The lawsuits, many of which are against Johnson & Johnson and Colgate-Palmolive, allege that both companies knew their talc products contained asbestos and failed to warn their customers about the danger.
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Mesothelioma patients often go untreated
Take a look at this article about a recent study by the National Cancer Institute (NCI) that shows that close to one-third of malignant mesothelioma victims receive no cancer treatment. The risk of mesothelioma going untreated was especially high in older patients and those suffering from pleural mesothelioma. The results were concerning since surgery and chemotherapy are effective at prolonging patients’ lives, including for older, pleural mesothelioma sufferers.
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Mesothelioma in North Carolina
Learn about the risk factors associated with developing mesothelioma, which is a type of cancer. Exposure to asbestos is the most common risk factor, though age and gender may also play a role. Read about what you should do if you believe you may be at risk as well as what your legal options could be.
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Asbestos in North Carolina
Learn what asbestos is and where it may be commonly found. Though there are certain groups of people who may be at a higher risk of exposure, the truth is that the substance may be found anywhere. Read about the warning signs associated with exposure as well as what your legal remedies may be.
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Accidental drownings are a serious problem
Find out the disturbing statistics about accidental drownings.
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The risks of asbestos exposure
Take a look at this article about asbestos and how workers exposed to it may develop conditions that threaten their health and life. For example, asbestos exposure can cause mesothelioma, which is a rare type of cancer. Those who develop problems from repeated exposure to mesothelioma may benefit from reaching out to an attorney for legal help.
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Asbestos exposure and asbestosis in North Carolina
Read more to learn about the lung disease, asbestosis. When workers and others are exposed to asbestos fibers in high enough concentrations for long enough periods, they may develop asbestosis. Characterized by scarring and inflammation in the lungs, this condition may affect people’s ability to breath, and thus, their overall quality of life
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What you should know about mesothelioma
Read this article to learn more about what mesothelioma is and how it affects people who have been exposed to asbestos fibers. Learn what causes this rare form of cancer, as well as how to identify the signs and symptoms of the disease. Understand how an attorney may be able to help those who are going through this hard time.
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Bill in Congress creates risks for claimants
A bill in Congress would open victims of asbestos-related diseases to additional victimization by identity thieves and would make it more difficult for them to make a successful claim for their injuries.
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