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The Sugarbaker Family, circa 1975

Remembering Dr. David Sugarbaker

Dr. David Sugarbaker was known as “Mr. Mesothelioma” for a reason: He dedicated his life to treating this rare cancer. Through his research and innovation, Sugarbaker gave hope to patients and families who once had none.

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The Hidden Dangers of Talc

Talc companies have covered up the dangerous health effects of asbestos-contaminated talc and how it leads to cancers such as mesothelioma. Many of these companies, including Johnson & Johnson, are now facing numerous asbestos talcum powder lawsuits.

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The Sugarbaker Family Tree

For the last 30 years, the Sugarbaker name has been synonymous with advancing the treatment of malignant mesothelioma cancer, permanently etching it into past breakthroughs and future innovations.

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Woman silhouette over watercolor

Women: The New Faces of Mesothelioma

Historically, mesothelioma is a cancer that mostly affects older men who were exposed to asbestos while serving in the military or working certain blue-collar jobs. But the gender gap is closing as mesothelioma incidence rates among women are on the rise. Women now comprise nearly one-fourth of all cases.

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Soldiers and American Flag

How Asbestos Kills America’s Veterans

The U.S. government never warned servicemen who fought for America about the deadly long-term effects of asbestos exposure in the military. Now, a broken VA health care system fails them a second time by abandoning veterans dying of mesothelioma.

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Justice for Victims

Asbestos Cover-Up

Court documents provide irrefutable proof the asbestos industry leveraged its power and influence to keep workers and the public in the dark about the hazards of asbestos. Workers were not warned about the carcinogen, and their families paid for the industry’s negligence. Dozens of companies are implicated in the decades-long cover-up.

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