Diagnosis of Mesothelioma

Symptoms of Mesothelioma

People begin to see signs of Mesothelioma before they begin to do tests to see if they actually have this form of cancer. The tests to see exactly which type of Mesothelioma you may have are quite intricate and extreme, so its best to wait until you think for sure that you are experiencing signs of this form of cancer. Signs may include coughing, shortness of breath, or chest pains. If you are feeling any of these symptoms it’s important to see a doctor as soon as you possibly can before it gets even worse. Once you have set up a meeting with a doctor or a physician with a high level of expertise on the subject, it’s important to ask them as many questions as you can think of to get the full picture on what symptoms mean which type of mesothelioma. Continue reading “Diagnosis of Mesothelioma”

Compensation For Mesothelioma

Asbestos Hazards Leading To Mesothelioma

Ever heard of the term “popcorn ceiling”? Most people have, and for good reason. This is a popular kind of textured ceiling on older homes from the mid 1960’s. Over time, people started to realize that these popcorn ceilings were made from white asbestos, the main cause for the cancer known as mesothelioma. What began to happen was, people started to renovate and repaint their homes and the asbestos materialized ceilings were beginning to deteriorate, giving many people symptoms of mesothelioma, ultimately to realize they were in fact victim to this terrible form of cancer. Continue reading “Compensation For Mesothelioma”

Asbestos and Mesothelioma

What is Asbestos?

Since most people know of Asbestos as used in insulation for many things, they begin to assume that it’s a man made product. Actually, it’s a naturally occuring metamorphic mineral found in many parts of the world. Canada has been the leading producer of asbestos for years now. It’s found in a fiber-like form, which is what makes it useful for insulation in pipes, walls and buildings. There are other uses for asbestos in addition to insulation, such as when asbestos and concrete are mixed together, a stronger form of concrete is formed, which saves on the amount of concrete needed to be used. Continue reading “Asbestos and Mesothelioma”

mesothelioma and the right diet

Managing Mesothelioma with the Right Diet

Why is Nutrition Important In Regards To Mesothelioma?

Though one of the symptoms of Mesothelioma is lack of appetite, nutrition is extremely important. Fighting this disease and being successful in treatment depends on maintaining a healthy diet and weight. Proper nutrition and weight management can reduce the risk of infection, boost energy, improve mood, improve pace of recovery, and reduce the risk of treatment side effects. Continue reading “Managing Mesothelioma with the Right Diet”

How Will the Alan Reinstein Ban Asbestos Now Act of 2018 Impact Workers Facing Toxic Exposure?

What is Asbestos?

Asbestos is a group of naturally occurring mineral substance that is highly toxic. Asbestos was once mixed with other materials such as cement, cloth, and plastic during construction to make materials stronger. Officially, The U.S. government recognizes six types of Asbestos including Chrysotile (white asbestos), which is the most common and can be found in roofs, ceilings, walls, and floors; Amosite (brown asbestos), which was used for cement and pipe insulation and can be found in ceiling tiles and other thermal insulation products; and Crocidolite, which was also used as an insulator in steam engines and other plastic, cement, and spray on products. Continue reading “How Will the Alan Reinstein Ban Asbestos Now Act of 2018 Impact Workers Facing Toxic Exposure?”

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