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Mesothelioma: Myths and Misconceptions

January 9, 2020 | By marketing

Mesothelioma is a complicated disease with many false misconceptions. These faulty notions range from how people get mesothelioma to who can develop the disease. To provide some clarity, we are going to run through the five biggest misconceptions when it comes to asbestos exposure leading to mesothelioma.  Myth #1: The United States Has Banned Asbestos […]

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Breath Test May Be New Hope to Diagnose Mesothelioma Early

August 5, 2019 | By Kevin Davis

In a recent interview with the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation or MARF, Dr. Harbut discusses his new research project which seeks to identify markers for mesothelioma using a non-invasive technique which samples organic compounds in the breath of test subjects. If successful, Dr. Harbut’s project will make it easier to screen individuals at risk for […]

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Chicago Tuesday Asbestos Call Recap: VL Plans Deposition

November 28, 2018 | By Nicholas Vogelzang

Chicago, IL (November 27, 2018) — The Daley Center hosts an Asbestos Call every other Tuesday, which serves as the time and place to track the progress of a lawsuit in preparation for the trial date. The Vogelzang Law blog provides bi-weekly Asbestos Call updates. Ahead of yesterday’s bi-monthly asbestos motion call before the Honorable […]

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Chicago Tuesday Asbestos Call: Eventful Call for Vogelzang Law

November 1, 2018 | By Nicholas Vogelzang

Chicago, IL (October 30, 2018) — The Daley Center hosts an Asbestos Call every other Tuesday, which serves as the time and place to track the progress of a lawsuit in preparation for the trial date. The Vogelzang Law blog provides bi-weekly Asbestos Call updates. There was a heated exchange in Room 2005 at the […]

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2018 Recap: Mesothelioma Race For Justice

October 9, 2018 | By swarren

A strong showing at the first annual Mesothelioma Race for Justice 5K made an impact for a great cause, raising thousands of dollars for mesothelioma research through the Meso Foundation. With over 100 participants, including 75 runners and walkers, it was a fun day for family and friends to gather in support of those affected by mesothelioma.