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Convictions Upheld in Asbestos Violation Case

Appeals Court Upholds Convictions of Unlawful Asbestos Removal

Geologists Look Into Naturally Occurring Asbestos Minerals in the Boulder City Region

Naturally Occurring Asbestos Found in Southern Nevada

Breath of Life Foundation Awards $60,000 Research Grant to Providence Hospital

Providence Hospital Receives a $60,000 Grant for Asbestos Research

$10,500 Fine for Construction Company's Removal of Copper Pipe from Asbestos Site

Copper Pipe Removal Leads to Asbestos-Related Fine for Construction Company

Jefferson Parish Project to Remediate 6,000 Tons of Soil Contaminated by Asbestos

Asbestos Discovery Costs Jefferson Parish More Than a Half-Million Dollars

$2.3 Million Awarded to Wife of Mesothelioma Victim in Upholding of February Verdict

Judge Upholds Multi-Million-Dollar Ruling Against Numerous Companies

Asbestos Found in Landfill Possibly Linked to Ridley School District in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania School District May Be Responsible for Asbestos Disposal in the ’80s

Prevalence of Asbestos in Binghamton Schools Causes Concern

Four Binghamton Schools Test Positive for Asbestos in a Four-Month Span

Mobile App Connects Users to Asbestos-Related Resources

Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization Unveils Mobile App

County Commissioners Contract Aztec Environmental Services, Inc. for Asbestos Abatement Project

Guadalupe County is working to abate asbestos at the county’s agriculture building before beginning renovations

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June 23, 2015
Cameron Von St. James

Caregivers Need Care Too

“Caregiving is a role I don’t always identify with, although I should because I have been one many times. From caring for my elderly parents dealing with Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, a stroke and more, to my wife’s mesothelioma diagnosis just three months after the birth of our only child, I have been caregiving for the last ten years. While I easily consider myself both a husband and a father, I don’t always think of myself as a caregiver. Caregiving felt natural – I was just caring for family.”