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Mesothelioma News - Mesothelioma.com

Mesothelioma.comMesothelioma NewsMesothelioma.comBeaverton, Oregon - Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) and its contractor, Aloha-based In Line Commercial Construction, were fined $37,500 for asbestos violations during renovations at the school's Oregon National Primate Research Center in ... ...Read More

Payout over Brighton Grand Hotel IRA bomb asbestos death - BBC News

BBC NewsPayout over Brighton Grand Hotel IRA bomb asbestos deathBBC NewsTwo police forces have settled damages with the family of an officer who died after being exposed to asbestos when the IRA bombed Brighton's Grand Hotel during a Conservative Party conference. Sussex Police has confirmed to the BBC a claim involving a ... ...Read More

Many still dying from cancer caused by asbestos - Norwalk Reflector

Cancer Research UK (blog)Many still dying from cancer caused by asbestosNorwalk Reflector“Asbestos is the only confirmed cause of mesothelioma,” vice president Sarah Wallace said. “High-risk occupations like construction workers, shipyard workers, mechanics, plant workers and firefighters have a much higher chance of being exposed to ...Mesothelioma Awareness Day: How research is tackling the deadly ...Cancer Research UK (blog)Here's what you need to know about asbestos-caused cancer .. ...Read More

Mesothelioma Report Shows All Types of Asbestos Can Be Lethal - Surviving Mesothelioma

Mesothelioma Report Shows All Types of Asbestos Can Be LethalSurviving MesotheliomaIn a study of 62 malignant peritoneal mesothelioma patients published in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine, the researchers found that more than a quarter of the cases of diffuse peritoneal mesothelioma were linked to chrysotile asbestos alone. ...Read More

Discovery of asbestos water pipe delays major roadworks - Devon Live

Devon LiveDiscovery of asbestos water pipe delays major roadworksDevon LiveRoadworks which were due to be completed at the end of last week will go on for an extra month after the discovery of an asbestos water pipe. William Prance Road and its junction with Tavistock Road in Plymouth were due to reopen on September 23 ... ...Read More

History in Apia: Pacific votes to ban asbestos - Samoa Observer (press release) (blog)

Samoa Observer (press release) (blog)History in Apia: Pacific votes to ban asbestosSamoa Observer (press release) (blog)History was made in Apia last week with the endorsement of a proposal to work with Pacific islands on restricting or banning asbestos. The proposal, championed by Cook Islands and co-sponsored by Tonga and Australia, was endorsed by representatives of ... ...Read More

Mold, Asbestos Found in Aging Police Station - NECN

NECNMold, Asbestos Found in Aging Police StationNECNA Rhode Island town has started moving police dispatchers into a temporary trailer after the police department's aging headquarters was found to have mold and asbestos. Scituate Police Chief Donald Delaere tells the Providence Journal that the move ...and more » ...Read More

Unsealed Documents Show That J&J Might Have Known About Asbestos Risk In Baby Powder For Decades - Manufacturing.net

Manufacturing.netUnsealed Documents Show That J&J Might Have Known About Asbestos Risk In Baby Powder For DecadesManufacturing.netJohnson & Johnson has already been targeted by lawsuits from thousands of women who claim that the talc in the company's signature Baby Power product gave them ovarian cancer. Now, unsealed documents in one of the cases reveal that the company ... ...Read More

Johnson & Johnson alerted to risk of asbestos in talc in '70s, files ... - Chicago Tribune

Chicago TribuneJohnson & Johnson alerted to risk of asbestos in talc in '70s, files ...Chicago TribuneJohnson & Johnson trained its employees to reassure anyone concerned about whether the company's talcum powder contained asbestos that the ...and more » ...Read More

Montana Will Take Over Deadly Asbestos Cleanup Site - Insurance Journal

Insurance JournalMontana Will Take Over Deadly Asbestos Cleanup SiteInsurance JournalThe cleanup of a northwest Montana community where health professionals say hundreds of people have been killed by asbestos exposure has entered a new phase as officials turn their focus to keeping residents safe over the long term. The five-member ...Montana set to take over deadly asbestos cleanup siteThe Bozeman Daily Chronicleall 3 news articles » ...Read More