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July 6th 2018 is Action Mesothelioma Day. On this day, people across the UK will come together to raise awareness about the asbestos cancer, remember those affected by it, and raise money for associated charities. This year we are raising Read more…


Much of the research into mesothelioma treatments focuses on treating pleural mesothelioma, as this is the most common form of the disease. However, a new treatment for peritoneal mesothelioma is currently undergoing clinical trials. The treatment is called Pressurised Intraperitoneal Read more…


Pharmaceutical giant, Johnson & Johnson have been ordered to pay $4.7bn (£3.6bn) in damages to 22 women diagnosed with ovarian cancer after using their talc. Johnson & Johnson was founded in 1886 in the USA. They operate in over 60 Read more…


Cambridge University could be facing a lawsuit in the near future. Dr Michael Anyadike-Dane, a senior academic and researcher at Cambridge, is suing the University for exposing him to asbestos. Tragically, the eminent researcher has been diagnosed with incurable asbestos-related Read more…


We are pleased to report that we have successfully recovered pleural thickening compensation for Mr A, following his pleural thickening diagnosis in November 2016. How was Mr A exposed to asbestos? Mr A worked full-time for William Kenyon & Sons Read more…


When going on holiday, most people are aware of certain risks. For example, pick-pockets, stomach bugs from less-than-savoury local cuisine, or questions about the drinkability of the water. However, for tourists visiting one town in Australia, the risks are much Read more…


On July 28th residents in Carley Hill Road were told to keep their windows and doors shut following a fire in a derelict building. The authorities feared that the building contained asbestos and due to the fire, the asbestos fibres Read more…


Taiwanese cancer researchers say a total asbestos ban is “urgently needed” to help stem the tide of pleural mesothelioma cases predicted in the next 30 years. While the incidence of malignant mesothelioma has finally begun to level off in some Read more…


Mesothelioma is a form of cancer that can strike decades after someone is exposed to asbestos fibers in the air. Historically, long-term survival rates for the disease have been poor — but statistics aren’t everything. Here are the things you Read more…


Pleural mesothelioma patients who undergo radiotherapy after their surgery tend to live longer than those whose treatment plan does not include radiation. Unfortunately, only a small percentage of patients who could stand to benefit from this treatment actually get it. Read more…