Information and support for families affected by mesothelioma
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What Is Mesothelioma
Exposure to asbestos is the cause of Mesothelioma, a rare and aggressive cancer that can take years to develop. The inhalation of asbestos fibers has been proven to change DNA and cause tumors in the protective tissue linings of the heart, lungs, stomach, and testes. The tumors can be benign but are often malignant resulting in respiratory problems, pain in the chest and/or abdomen, fatigue, shortness of breath, and fluid around the lungs known as Pleural effusion.
There is only one known cause of Mesothelioma and that is exposure to asbestos. Asbestos has been used in many fields even though it has been known for more than 100 years that exposure can lead to cancer and other health issues. The asbestos particles ingested and inhaled change DNA structure over time and cause tumors in the body. Many people with a work history in construction, shipyards, oil refineries, electricians, pipe fitters, firefighters, and the military are at risk and thousands of new cases are being diagnosed each year.
The effects of Asbestos are not a secret
For more than 100 years the results of asbestos particles on the body have been studied and researched. Many irresponsible companies and manufacturers knew that working with asbestos could have devastating health effects but allowed it to happen.
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