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Your Lung Cancer Might Be Linked To Asbestos

Workers working on the Railroad

Asbestos is a mineral fiber that might be found in construction materials, insulation, paint and automobiles, and can increase your risk of developing life-threatening diseases.

Some of the most common industries we see this type of exposure are:

  • Construction
  • Shipyards
  • Chemical plants
  • Metal works
  • Auto mechanic
  • Military service
  • Power Plants
  • Oil refineries

According to the EPA, three major health effects of asbestos exposure are:

  • Lung cancer
  • Mesothelioma, or cancer of the linings of the heart, lung, chest and abdomen
  • Asbestosis, a non-cancer lung disease

Veterans Exposed to Asbestos: You Have Important Legal Rights

Every year on November 11, we remember all the sacrifices our veterans have made for us.

This year, we’d like to focus on bringing awareness to the potentially-lifelong impacts asbestos exposure has on veterans’ health. From the 1930s through the 1970s, asbestos products were heavily used in the military for its heat resistant and insulating properties.

3 Secrets of Figuring Out the Cost of Cancer Care

There’s no doubt that navigating your way through a diagnosis like lung cancer or mesothelioma is scary.

Equally frightening is figuring out how you will pay for the treatment. Our lung cancer and mesothelioma attorneys made a list of three things to remember when dealing with your treatment expenses.

An App for Better Lung Cancer Care

Lung cancer patients may be able to improve survival and quality of life with a new app called Moovcare.

This app was just revealed here in Chicago, at the annual American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting.

Our team of lung cancer lawyers take a deeper look into this revolutionary new app and its possible impact on patients’ lives.

Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer, Explained

The most common type of lung cancer is non-small cell, making up 80-85% of lung cancer.

This cancer is categorized based on the size of the original tumor and where the cancer has spread to. Our Chicago lung cancer lawyers created this infographic that briefly explains each of this cancer’s six main stages.

10 Ways To Manage Stress During Cancer Treatment and Recovery

The physical and mental strength it takes to battle cancer is often so stressful that it leaves people feeling helpless. Prolonged stress can cause serious damage to the body, leaving it more vulnerable to illness. Finding ways to cope with cancer surely isn’t easy, and while there’s no single solution that works for everyone, there are some tried and true methods worth exploring.

Lung Cancer Treatments – Immunotheraphy, Surgery, and Chemotheraphy

In the past, cancer patients had limited treatment options - surgery, radiation, or chemotherapy. Recently there’s been a big push for new types of treatments, like immunotherapy.

Patients and families face important decisions about cancer care: what hospital to choose, the treatment options available to them, who will care for the patient at home, and how they’ll pay for medical bills.

Honoring Veteran's Day

Each year on this day, American citizens take time to honor the men and women who serve our country.

If you know a veteran, past or present, do what you can today to thank them. It can be big or small, for a relative or a stranger. Veterans face many challenges after returning to civilian life.

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