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Possible asbestos discovery at Sunrise Mall

The Sunrise Mall in Massena is currently being studied after legislators determined that there may be asbestos in the area. The survey will be done in order for the building owners to determine if they should charge rent or try and get rid of the building.

The building is currently owned by St. Lawrence County, but they are hesitant to collect rent from tenants because it would make them liable for deficiencies within the building. The number one deficiency in question is whether or not there is asbestos in the basement.

There are allegedly asbestos in bags on the basement floor that was removed from pipes but never disposed of properly. Legislators are now going forward with a $3,600 survey that has been funded by the reserves that are set up in an environmental reserve.

If you or a loved one has been exposed to asbestos and you have questions about the known carcinogen, contact us or visit our website at mesothelioma-asbestoshelp.org for further information.

Clair County: More asbestos lawsuits filed

Three new asbestos lawsuits have been filed in the St. Clair County Circuit Court by three couples that each name over 60 defendants in their cases.

The first couple states that the defendants allowed him to be exposed to asbestos-containing products and that he developed lung cancer as a result of this. The man worked as a deckhand in the U.S. Navy and on the U.S.S. Demoise at the Great Lakes Naval Station. He also worked as a laborer, roofer and pattern maker.

The second couple claims that the husband developed lung cancer from working as a military police man and mechanic from 1961 until 1964. He also worked on the assembly line for Ford Motor Co. and was a dock worker for the Pacific Intermountain Express.  The last couple has similar complaints about why the husband developed lung cancer after working as a welder at American Motors and a caretaker for Radar Base.

If you or a loved one has developed an asbestos-related disease after working with asbestos-containing product, visit our site at www.mesothelioma-asbestoshelp.org  today for more information and contact us for questions.

Seventy-three companies named in asbestos suit

Seventy-three companies have been named in an asbestos lawsuit after a man claims that he developed mesothelioma after working as an insulator throughout his career and being exposed to asbestos or asbestos-laden materials.

According to the lawsuit, the man claims that the defendants negligence caused him to develop mesothelioma. The lawsuit was filed in January and the family is looking to collect damages at this time.

The company stated that the defendants were negligent for having contaminated buildings, conspiracy, intentional tort, misrepresentation, and strict liability.

If you or a loved one has been exposed to asbestos and you would like to learn more, contact us or visit our site for helpful articles and information at http://www.mesothelioma-asbestoshelp.org.

New approaches sought to treat mesothelioma

Asbestos is a material that was used in many buildings prior to the 1970s when it was found that the material is a carcinogen if disturbed. The particles can be lodged into the lungs once inhaled and later form into lung cancer, such as mesothelioma.

Today, people may be exposed to asbestos when older buildings are remodeled or demolished and the material is not disposed of properly.

Recently, there has been an increased number of mesothelioma cases in Minnesota due to taconite mining in the region. Experts from the University of Minnesota and the Mayo Clinic are now trying to use a new approach to treating the  disease by incorporating a viral agent. This agent is the measles virus that will be used to carry a toxin that is safe for patients, but will harm the cancer cells.

For a detailed description on the approaches and to read the full article, visit the Discovery Edge May Clinic today.

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