Since 1991, the number of women with mesothelioma and other asbestos illnesses has risen despite partial bans on asbestos.
A promising new artificial intelligence (AI) tool could streamline the process of identifying mesothelioma tumors in patients.
Natural disasters could harm Superfund dump sites, causing toxic air pollutants like asbestos to be released into the environment.
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A pair of recent studies put women in the spotlight of mesothelioma research, suggesting secondary exposure significantly impacts women.
Phase II of a clinical trial involving surgery, radiation, and chemotherapy is actively recruiting patients with pleural mesothelioma.
Nick Ursta, an EMT, firefighter, and construction worker, was a victim of pleural mesothelioma, an aggressive form of cancer caused by asbestos exposure.
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.