Mesothelioma Research News

Rare Disease Day 2014 There are more than 6,800 rare diseases thataffect
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The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recently recommended that heavy smokers receive annual lung cancer screenings using low-dose CT scans instead of X-rays.

The recommendation is limited to longtime, pack-a-day smokers ages 55 to 79. However, some patient advocacy groups feel the guidance shouldbe
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Approximately $25,000 was recently raised through the Simmons Law Firm for mesothelioma research following the 4th annual running of the Miles for Meso 5K race and walk.

“This year’s Miles for Meso was a resounding success,” said Gregg Kirkland, the CEO of Simmons, which is apartner
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Even in the midst of a pennant race, the Baltimore Orioles tooktime during Wednesday’s game against their division rivalsto acknowledge Mesothelioma Awareness Day by spreading information about the disease and raising money for mesothelioma research.

During the game, during which the Orioles played the Toronto Blue Jays at CamdenYards, the
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A 71-year-old cyclist who has been diagnosed with mesothelioma and prostate cancer recently overcame astounding odds to raise money for research by completing one of the toughest stages of the Tour de France.

Malcom Davidson was initially diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2007. During his treatment, itwas
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