The Latest Information on Mesothelioma and Asbestos
A California man is urging a state judge to grant him a new trial after trace amounts of asbestos were found in a J&J baby powder bottle.
Nick Ursta, an EMT, firefighter, and construction worker, was a victim of pleural mesothelioma, an aggressive form of cancer caused by asbestos exposure.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency released a draft plan to hand off cleanup efforts in Libby, Montana to local government agencies.
Each year, members of the medical community, non-profits, and patient organizations join forces to bring lung cancer back into the public eye.
The combination of imaging features with a history of asbestos exposure may be enough information to diagnose pleural mesothelioma.
A non-invasive treatment that combines chemotherapy with electrical currents to shrink mesothelioma tumors appears to be working for a group of patients.
Eating a healthy diet is important for cancer patients to maintain proper nutrition. There are 5 simple ways mesothelioma patients can improve diet.
Johnson & Johnson is voluntarily recalling a shipment of baby powder after the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) found evidence of asbestos.
The European Thoracic Oncology Platform (ETOP) recently completed a disappointing phase 3 trial for mesothelioma treatment.
Phase II of a clinical trial is recruiting mesothelioma patients to test the effectiveness of two immunotherapy medications in combination.