The Canadian government finally stopped defending the chrysotile asbestos industry, but seven other countries took its place last week at the United Nations’ Rotterdam Convention Conference, blocking all attempts to put the toxic mineral on a hazardous substances list. It was the fourth time the effort to tighten the worldwide shipping regulations of asbestos failed,…Read More
Sonja Klebe, an associate professor in the Anatomical Pathology Department at Flinders University in Australia, has no illusions about her latest mesothelioma research. She isn’t expecting to find a cure. She is expecting to uncover a better way to treat patients. “There is a real need to offer more, and newer therapies,” Klebe told Asbestos.com….