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High Court Victory For Mesothelioma Victims

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Victims of mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases have won an important High Court victory against insurers. In years past, insurers would pay compensation for mesothelioma victims on the presumption that their liability arose at the time when a worker was actually exposed to asbestos. However, two years ago, the Court of Appeal ruled that the […]

A Guide For The Holidays: Mesothelioma Patients and Caregivers

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With the holidays approaching everyone can feel a bit overwhelmed at times. But when you have a loved one battling mesothelioma it can be a particularly challenging time of year. The MesoRC will be putting out a series of tips for those suffering or have a loved one suffering from mesothelioma to help during the […]

November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month

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This year alone, lung cancer will claim 161,840 Americans’ lives. Moreover, according to federal government statistics, in 2004 more people died from lung cancer than from breast, prostate and colon cancer combined. Despite these glaring statistics, lung cancer seems to be one disease that people are less likely to think about, according to Ivy Tuason, […]

Mesothelioma Marathoner

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Tom Kaisersatt is the founder of San Jose Fit, an organization that trains runners and walkers to complete long distance events and has completed nearly 150 marathons in his lifetime. He has never been concerned with how fast he completed the races or what place he finished, but rather helping those he trained realize their […]

Vice President Elect Supports Mesothelioma Victims

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Democratic Vice President Elect, Joe Biden voted against a bill that would reduce the number of lawsuits victims of asbestos- related illnesses would be allowed to file. The bill would have replaced thousands of individual lawsuits with a trust fund for those suffering from asbestos-related illness. Biden and his democratic constituents feared that the bill […]