The Mesothelioma Veterans Center was created by Veterans for Veterans. Many veterans came into contact with asbestos from serving in the military, which can result in getting mesothelioma or other asbestos related illnesses. At the MVC, retired LCDR Carl Jewett will work hand in hand with our veterans to get them the resources and relief
There is no reason to panic if you suddenly discover you have been exposed to asbestos, the toxic mineral that has been definitively linked to several serious health issues. There is good reason to stay vigilant. While asbestos exposure can lead to a variety of respiratory illnesses, including mesothelioma, asbestosis, and lung cancer, the odds
One of the reasons that we provide professional and safe asbestos removal services is because asbestos exposure can lead to mesothelioma. The good folks over at Mesothelioma Fund have provided some resources below to help those in need. Mesothelioma Fund offers free help and resources to mesothelioma patients and their families. Asbestos and mesothelioma trust funds were created
Asbestos is found in more places than you might think. Although it was regulated decades ago, the hazardous mineral can still be found in homes, appliances, schools, hospitals, churches, and even in drinking water. If you live in a home built prior to the early 1980s, chances are that you could be living with asbestos-containing materials. The
The Dangers of Asbestos Asbestos was recognized for its durability, strength and ability to insulate. It was widely used in the 1940s and before and began to decline in the 1970s when it was discovered to be a hazardous material. It was used in the making of shingles, paint, insulation and various other construction materials.