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Could a dog detect your cancer?

BBC News has reported that NHS trials are currently assessing if dogs can detect prostate cancer at an early stage. Scientists looking at Parkinson’s disease are carrying out similar research too. Could these trials revolutionise […]

Posted on 21st August 2017 Read More >

Mesothelioma Staging – How do Doctors decide how advanced the cancer is?

When someone receives a cancer diagnosis, they will usually only receive their diagnosis following a number of tests and scans. The results of these tests also help doctors determine how advanced the cancer is. Determining […]

Posted on 18th August 2017 Read More >

5 Surprising uses for deadly asbestos

Most people know that the UK construction industry used asbestos heavily in the 1950s, 60s and 70s. However, there were many other uses for the ‘wonder product’ and some of them may surprise you. Some […]

Posted on 16th August 2017 Read More >

Does this new treatment provide ‘realistic hope’ for mesothelioma patients?

A new immunotherapy trial to treat mesothelioma looks promising – could this offer patient’s ‘realistic hope?’ Mesothelioma is an aggressive, treatment-resistant cancer caused by asbestos exposure. There are a number of types of mesothelioma. However, […]

Posted on 14th August 2017 Read More >

Can gene mutations explain why some people develop mesothelioma and others don’t?

Between the 1950s and 1980s hundreds of thousands of workers were exposed to asbestos. However, only a small number have developed asbestos-related conditions, or will develop asbestos-related conditions later in life. In unfortunate cases, the […]

Posted on 11th August 2017 Read More >

Does the new Brexit Minister support the use of asbestos?

Construction workers have expressed concern following Steve Baker’s recent appointment as Brexit Minister. Unease comes in response to the Minister’s historic comments on asbestos controls and regulations. The comments have left some wondering – will Mr Baker use his new […]

Posted on 10th August 2017 Read More >

Could a breath test diagnose mesothelioma?

We are always writing about new, more efficient ways of diagnosing mesothelioma. Many of these involve blood tests or biopsies to test cells or use biomarkers to detect mesothelioma cells. Researchers at Ghent University Hospital […]

Posted on 08th August 2017 Read More >

Ukraine has finally banned asbestos!

One of the biggest asbestos producers in the world aims to ban the substance by the end of 2017. In June this year the Ministry of Health of Ukraine issued an order to prohibit the […]

Posted on 07th August 2017 Read More >

Asbestos Justice wins two Diffuse Mesothelioma Payment Scheme (DMPS) cases against the odds

The Diffuse Mesothelioma Payment Scheme (DMPS) was introduced in 2014 to compensate those suffering with mesothelioma who were exposed to asbestos, either negligently or in breach of statutory duty. The scheme is essentially a fall […]

Posted on 03rd August 2017 Read More >

Asbestos Justice backs complimentary asbestos awareness training

Asbestos Association UKATA are offering free training to trade association to save lives again in 2017. We are supporting UKATA’s annual Train Safe, Work Safe, Keep Safe campaign again this year. UKATA members are offering […]

Posted on 31st July 2017 Read More >

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