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May 2014 Archives

Patients may have alternative option for mesothelioma testing

Many individuals in Minnesota who worked in industries where they were exposed to asbestos on a regular basis could be at risk for serious health issues. Among those issues is mesothelioma, a serious form of cancer. For many individuals, the process for diagnosing such an illness may be difficult, but a new procedure could potentially allow for more options to be available when it comes to testing for the cancer.

Are asbestos abatement workers actually trained?

Minnesota readers may have heard about an investigation of a West Coast company that was recently conducted. The investigators discovered that a company that was paid and trusted to teach others how to properly remove and dispose of asbestos was not fulfilling its obligations. In some cases, workers received no asbestos abatement training at all, let alone any follow-up training. The company not only did a disservice to the workers, but also to the communities in which they would be working.

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