In addition to personal attention and fierce advocacy, the mesothelioma team at Anapol Schwartz are committed to providing you with helpful information about your condition. These resources provide information about for victims and their families dealing with mesothelioma.
About Malignant Mesothelioma
Mesothelioma Web answers the hard questions about the how, what, and where to find answers to your most pressing questions. For instance: How much exposure does it take to get Mesothelioma? What is the prognosis for Mesothelioma? Where can I find information on living with Mesothelioma?
Mesothelioma Aid is a site for practical living with Mesothelioma where real people and their families inflicted with the asbestos related disease can use the resources and help other people and their families suffering from the same Mesothelioma infliction.
Department of Labor – Occupational Safety and Health Administration
This site provides a wealth of information for how to file a complaint with the government about your asbestos exposure problem. The site outlines workers’ responsibilities and employers’ responsibilities.
National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health
Part of Centers for Disease Control, this website provides multiple topics affecting people in the workplace including asbestos exposure and other toxic materials.
Cancer.gov is a comprehensive cancer related website that reveals the many types of cancers, clinical trials, statistics, and research documents available.
Asbestos Exposure and Your Health (ATSDR)
ATSDR is the agency for toxic substances and disease registry. The vast website shows maps where asbestos exposure has proofed deadly; the health effects of asbestos exposure and the different types of exposure; asbestos exposure case studies, diagnosis, and treatments; toxicological profiles, public health states and more.