Some good mesothelioma-resources

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I’ve listed some of the best mesothelioma-resources I could find. These explain symptoms, treatment, and different types of cancer related to airborne impurities.
As the graph shows, some of us are really screwed, but we can still save our children and most of ourselves too if we understand how to deal with the problem.

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An excellent resource with many different aspects of dealing with mesothelioma.

These sites offer a lot of information for those people that have mesothelioma either by occupation or proximity. There are many different kinds of symptoms information to help identify the disease. There are also some sites that show how to identify asbestos products and materials in the home.

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Here is a site that shows local information about asbestos and what areas have high amounts of it. It also has some great information about the many different sources where asbestos is used.
This site gives a very good understanding of how we contract mesothelioma and the best ways to treat and deal with it.
Here’s a government site that helps identify the sources of asbestos cancer. It also has some excellent resources.

This is a questions and answers site about asbestos from the national cancer institute. Very good information!
This is a site that teaches where to find asbestos materials in your home.
The mesothelioma center offers some excellent information on asbestos airborne particles and how to avoid them. This site has extensive information for dealing with mesothelioma.
Wikipedia has general information of the origins and characteristics of asbestos.
Medlineplus is also an excellent resource for finding different sources of asbestos and other toxic minerals.
This is the site from the agency of toxic substances. It gives a thorough explanation of the affects that asbestos causes.

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