|The Mesothelioma Center is committed to providing the latest, up-to-date information to their visitors
in the hopes of spreading awareness about the dangers of asbestos cancer. According to the U.S. Department of Veterans
Affairs, there are currently 25 million living individuals who have served in the United States' armed forces. Hundreds
of thousands, if not millions of these living veterans were exposed to toxic asbestos-containing materials during
military service which could develop into mesothelioma. Asbestos.com offers complete information on malignant mesothelioma lists
of occupations, ships, and shipyards that could have put our Veterans at risk for developing asbestos-related diseases.
Additionally their Veterans Assistance Department offers extensive experience in filing VA claims and can help any veteran
coping with mesothelioma receive benefits from the VA system.|
Pleural mesothelioma is the most common form of mesothelioma, accounting for roughly 75% of all diagnosed cases.
Pleural mesothelioma is a rare, aggressive cancer that develops in the thin layer of tissue
surrounding the lungs. The disease is caused primarily by the inhalation of microscopic asbestos fibers,
which can become lodged in the lining around the lungs and trigger a chain of physiological reactions
that eventually can lead to cancer.
While other sites are great sources for general Mesothelioma information, we’ve created what we to
believe to be the best Pleural Mesothelioma information source online to help spread awareness.
For more information visit the
The Pleural Mesothelioma Information Center web site. or call (800)381-1772.
|Issues of special interest for Pleural Mesothelioma patients
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|| Life Expectancy
During the better part of the 20th century, the United States Armed Forces used
asbestos in the production of many types of ships, buildings and vehicles, thus exposing
countless soldiers and workers to this terrible mineral. At its peak, asbestos was used
predominantly in factories during World War II and many U.S. veterans suffered from
mesothelioma as a result, because the harmful effects of asbestos were not known until
decades later. Even now, as asbestos use and production has declined significantly, many
veterans could still be afflicted, unaware of the early symptoms of mesothelioma cancer.
The Mesothelioma Resource Online offers a comprehensive list of American naval
vessels and military ships that were produced using asbestos, as well as a state-by-state
directory of Veterans Affairs center and hospitals to assist service men and women who are
suffering from mesothelioma.
||The Mesothelioma Lawyer Center
The Mesothelioma Lawyer Center was created to help the millions of people who were exposed to asbestos,
a cancer causing mineral. Many of these men and women were exposed at work or during their military
service and are now suffering from asbestos related diseases, such as mesothelioma cancer, a devastating
and nearly always fatal disease.
Our website is a comprehensive asbestos disease informational resource. Additionally, we offer mesothelioma
victims and their loved ones the following items, free of charge: a comprehensive Mesothelioma & Asbestos Guide;
3 must-read mesothelioma books written by medical professionals and mesothelioma survivors; veteran benefits
assistance, and more.
Large corporations knowingly put these people in harms way and deemed their lives "expendable".
Public Relations Specialist
The Mesothelioma Lawyer Center
Mesothelioma Community Outreach Team.
1/3 of all mesothelioma patients are veterans, and approximately 6,000
veterans afflicted with this asbestos-caused cancer died between 1999 and 2005 alone. The reason this cancer targets so many veterans
is because of the prevalence of asbestos use in the military in the past.
Part of our mission is to spread awareness to veterans and their families. Our website offers free veteran specific
resources and support for patients and families.
Michael Moesch - Community Outreach
|Disabled American Veterans|
Disabled American Veterans (DAV) is a non-profit organization helps ex-military men and women fight personal battles that has as its purpose
a mission to improve the quality of life for thousands of wounded veterans and their families by helping them navigate the
US Department of Veterans Affairs system to obtain benefits. DAV also represents the political interests of veterans and
provides numerous outreach and volunteer programs. For more info on the DAV and how you can help, visit the following
answers.com DAV link
|Lung Cancer Answers
Veterans are even more likely to get lung cancer than the general public because of possible exposure to radon,
asbestos and beryllium.
This informational site describes the causes and symptoms of lung cancer and the screening techniques that doctors use
to diagnose cancer. This page summarizes the different pollutants than can cause lung cancer:
Lung Cancer Causes
||Find Top Doctors And
It’s a frightening situation. You’ve been diagnosed with mesothelioma and you’re worried about your health, your family and your future. You need a specialist. We can help.
Welcome to mesotheliomaspecialists.org. We can help you find the best mesothelioma specialists in your area and provide you and your family with the comfort, support and security you need to move forward through treatment.
Our team of experts will provide you with the vital services that you need to make the best choices for your treatment options.
|Check into The Mesothelioma & Asbestos Center,
The web's leading mesothelioma and asbestos resource|
|U.S. Department of Veterans AffairsThe US Department of Veterans Affairs
provides patient care and federal benefits to veterans and their dependents. The
Va Home Page for the Department of Veterans Affairs provides links to veterans benefits and services, as well as
information and resources for other Departmental programs and offices.|
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