Mesothelioma Patient Guide: Putting Together the Pieces

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Where could you have been exposed to asbestos? Nothing may come to mind right away when a doctor asks this question in relation to a mesothelioma diagnosis. Did you work part time in a factory to pay college expenses 50 years ago? Was your husband employed by an industrial factory and you washed his contaminated uniform?

Secondhand and short-term exposure can be enough to cause the disease.

You may have legal recourse against companies that recklessly, negligently or knowingly exposed you to asbestos. We created this white paper to provide a starting point and resources for families coping with a diagnosis. You will find out:

  • Why asbestos exposure decades ago matters
  • How treatment options have advanced
  • When you should seek a legal consult

When you or a loved one receives a diagnosis of mesothelioma, you may wonder where to turn. Read "Putting Together the Pieces: A Guide for Mesothelioma Patients and Families" for answers to questions we hear frequently.