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Sea cucumbers could fight mesothelioma

An active agent found in Caribbean sea cucumbers has already started to be used in the treatment of ovarian cancer and researchers believe it could be effective in the treatment of mesothelioma. A study conducted […]

Posted on 10th January 2017 Read More >

Asbestos claim witness appeals

Asbestos Justice is dealing with a pleural thickening claim for a client who was exposed to asbestos when working for the Ministry of Defence at their Portsmouth dockyard as a machinist. Our client worked there […]

Posted on 06th January 2017 Read More >

Platelet count could indicate mesothelioma prognosis

Platelets, or thrombocytes, are found in the blood. Their main function is to stop bleeding by clumping together at the site of a bleed. A normal range for a platelet count is between 150,000 and […]

Posted on 03rd January 2017 Read More >

Mesothelioma gene mutations differ according to type of disease

A study has been conducted to see whether gene mutations in different types of mesothelioma can shed any light on how the disease progresses and ultimately how this can best be treated. Mesothelioma effects the […]

Posted on 28th December 2016 Read More >

Spodden Valley residents still looking for answers

Back in April we reported on the issues in Spodden Valley, Rochdale. This was the site of the world’s largest asbestos factory owned by Turner & Newall. Although the site was shutdown many years ago, its […]

Posted on 22nd December 2016 Read More >

New figures for mesothelioma death rates released

The Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) has released new figures about the incidence of mesothelioma. Mesothelioma is an asbestos related cancer. Although treatment of mesothelioma has improved over the years, there is still no […]

Posted on 19th December 2016 Read More >

Iceland mesothelioma on the rise

In 1983, Iceland banned most types of asbestos, this was updated to include further forms of asbestos in 1996. Despite the ban being in place for more than 30 years, cases of mesothelioma are still […]

Posted on 15th December 2016 Read More >

Asbestos risks continue, 75 years after Pearl Harbor

7th December 2016 saw the 75th anniversary of the Japanese military strike on Pearl Harbor.  This caused the United States of America to join the Second World War. When the Japanese attack occurred, 2,403 Americans […]

Posted on 13th December 2016 Read More >

Exercise for mesothelioma patients

It is important for mesothelioma patients to keep as well as possible, particularly during treatment and recovery. To help with this, patients may find exercise of benefit. Gone are the days of bed rest for […]

Posted on 12th December 2016 Read More >

HMRC backlog causes delays in asbestos compensation claims

We try to make the process of claiming asbestos compensation as quick and easy as we possibly can. We work on files as a priority, particularly mesothelioma compensation claims and aim to do as much […]

Posted on 09th December 2016 Read More >

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