Until asbestos use is banned around the world, it will continue to create controversy and have a global impact on both health and industry. We provide global asbestos statistics and updates on legislation, as well as global treatment options for mesothelioma.
Ashirwad Barnwal is a student at Iowa State University of Science and Technology. He is the first-place winner of the Spring 2016 Asbestos.com Essay Scholarship. Ashirwad describes how his... Read More
Lyubomir R. knows the history of malignant pleural mesothelioma, and he isn’t asking for a miracle — just a fighting chance for his mother in Serbia to survive. Cannabis oil... Read More
Asbestos is a deadly, odorless substance with virtually invisible fibers, and almost every house constructed before the 1980s contains the toxic mineral in its makeup. Its hazardous nature makes... Read More
Moviegoers to the Piccadilly Cinema in Perth, Western Australia, hoping for a spot of light entertainment could find themselves involved in a real-life drama soon following the recent disclosure... Read More
Asbestos has been in Australia's history for a long time. From the 1950s through the 1980s, Australia had the highest per capita use of asbestos in the world.
Tragically, this... Read More
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