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Signs and symptoms of mesothelioma, asbestos cancer compensation

Mesothelioma signs and symptoms – Infographic

10th Apr 19 9:25 AM

Mesothelioma is an aggressive cancer, caused predominantly by inhalation of asbestos dust and fibres in a past work environment. Recognising and identifying the signs and symptoms of mesothelioma as early as possible can improve medical outcomes, possibly opening up treatment options for the patient. Below we have put together an...

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Can former workers in Woking and Walton-on-Thames help a victim of asbestos?

9th Apr 19 12:04 PM

A man diagnosed with a crippling lung disease caused by past exposure to asbestos dust and fibres needs help from former staff at G Duder Gray Limited, in Woking, and Laconite Limited in Walton on Thames. Ken King was diagnosed with the lung disease asbestosis in 2016 after more than...

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Can Burnley’s retired workers help an asbestos cancer sufferer?

25th Mar 19 2:59 PM

A grandmother of five is asking for help from Burnley’s retired workforce after she was diagnosed with a terminal lung cancer caused by past exposure to asbestos dust and fibres. Elizabeth Black, aged 70, has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, a form of terminal lung cancer caused by breathing in asbestos....

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Symptoms of a pleural effusion – Infographic

22nd Mar 19 9:10 AM

A pleural effusion is a build-up of an unusual amount fluid between the linings of the lungs and the rib-cage. The thin membrane that lines the surface of your lungs and the inside of your chest is called the pleura. Normally there is a small amount of fluid within this...

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What causes asbestos-related lung cancer?

22nd Mar 19 8:15 AM

Lung cancer is predominantly thought to be caused by smoking. Asbestos, which was commonly used in many industrial and household products is also known to be a cause for the development of lung cancer. When a person inhales asbestos fibres, some of those fibres can get lodged in lung tissue...

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