News from the United States and around the world on topics related to mesothelioma and asbestos. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have a news story you would like us to report on.
Former Tennessee State Senator Ray Albright was exposed to asbestos four decades ago, and now he is struggling with mesothelioma cancer as a result.
A new study <em>Inhalation Toxicology</em> looks at the health risks of asbestos exposure on commercial ships. Read more at Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance.
The Connecticut State Department of Transportation has announced that asbestos was discovered during the Exit 33 highway construction.
PD-L1 inhibitor atezolizumab has been approved for use with chemotherapy-refractory metastatic Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer patients.
Amazon and Microsoft have teamed up with the National Cancer Institute to develop a repository for genome data. Read more at Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance.
Kootenai Business Park has made two big steps toward getting delisted from the Libby Asbestos Superfund Site.
West Virginia University will receive $730,000 as part of Joe Biden’s Cancer Moonshot Initiative. Learn more at the Mesothelioma Cancer Alliance.
Ninety buildings at the University of Maryland have tested positive for asbestos, including five that are classified as hazardous to the public.
The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) has seen an increase in mesothelioma cases, and a new study shows it might be linked to asbestos insulation.
Recently published results from a clinical trial show DNA screening may help doctors more effectively treat mesothelioma patients using chemotherapy.< Previous Next >
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