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Mesothelioma Growth Slowed by Curcumin and Peptides

Study Finds Mesothelioma Growth Slowed by Curcumin and Peptides, According to Surviving Mesothelioma Cancer researchers in Ohio and Germany have demonstrated that mesothelioma cells can be destroyed in the lab with a combination of components, one of which comes from … Continue reading

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New Medical Radiation Treatment Gets Funding

Synedgen Awarded National Cancer Institute Funding for Promising New Treatment for Medical Radiation-induced Bowel Injury Treatment designed to reduce pain and inflammation associated with radiation therapy to the lower bowel. Claremont, CA – September 27 – Synedgen announced today the … Continue reading

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Asbestos-contaminated Forest Doesn’t Burn

EPA Finds Asbestos-contaminated Libby Forest Libby, Mont – A new research says timber harvesting can effectively be used as a potential remedy for a swath of asbestos-filled Libby forest, where vermiculite mining for decades resulted in extensive pollution. The 35000 … Continue reading

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Choices Made For Radiation Oncologists

Leading Radiation Oncologists Chosen to Present at Annual Conference Physicians with 21st Century Oncology, the nation’s premier cancer treatment network and largest radiation therapy provider, have been chosen to showcase their latest research developments at The American Society for Radiation … Continue reading

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Downtown Steam Pipe Rupture Releases Asbestos Fibers

An underground 14-inch steam pipe ruptured close to Boston City Hall this morning, releasing steam as well as low levels of asbestos fibers into the surroundings, the fire department in Boston informed. The leak occurred just after 1 AM on … Continue reading

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Volunteers Needed For Water Station

Volunteers Needed to Staff Mile 19 Water Station at NYC Marathon The Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation (Meso Foundation) is recruiting volunteers to staff its official Mile 19 water stop at the New York City Marathon. Alexandria, VA – June 27 … Continue reading

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Researchers Study: No Apnea / Cancer Link

Dental Sleep Apnea Appliances Have Advantages Over Traditional Solutions, Woodland Hills Dental Expert Says A study by Canadian researchers released earlier this month found no evidence linking obstructive sleep apnea with cancer. As this report is likely to increase public … Continue reading

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Compound Sensitizes Mesothelioma Cells

New Research Finds Compound Sensitizes Mesothelioma Cells to Tumor-Fighting Drugs, According to Surviving Mesothelioma Italian researchers say a treatment made from a human protein can help improve the effectiveness of chemotherapy for patients fighting malignant pleural mesothelioma. Raleigh, NC – … Continue reading

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County to Remove Asbestos

County to Remove Asbestos from the Mexico DSS Building Pulaski – Oswego County has decided to hire Tetra Tech Architects & Engineers for an asbestos abatement project. Asbestos-containing tiles at the Mexico DSS (Department of Social Service) building will be … Continue reading

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Asbestos Lawsuit Names Companies

Charleston – A Melbourne (FL) couple has filed a lawsuit against 39 corporations that are allegedly liable for a mesothelioma diagnosis. The lawsuit was filed by Barbara Amick and her husband Eldon Amick in Kanawha Circuit Court on April 20. … Continue reading

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