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Does Asbestos Exposure Guarantee the Development of Mesothelioma?

Does Asbestos Exposure Guarantee the Development of Mesothelioma?

Mesothelioma does not develop overnight. It usually happens after long-term exposure of breathing in asbestos particles. However, no amount of asbestos exposure is safe for anyone. What You Need to Know if You’ve Been Exposed to Asbestos Just because someone is exposed to asbestos one time does not guarantee that they will develop mesothelioma. In fact, short-term exposure rarely causes...

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How Often Does Mesothelioma Go Into Remission?

How Often Does Mesothelioma Go Into Remission?

Because mesothelioma is a form of cancer, like other cancers, it can go into remission. We investigate how often this happens and the prognosis for those who have been diagnosed with mesothelioma. What is Mesothelioma? Mesothelioma is a cancer that causes a dangerous lining around the lungs, stomach, heart, or other organs. It is most directly linked with exposure through inhalation or...

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Is Asbestos the Only Cause of Mesothelioma?

Is Asbestos the Only Cause of Mesothelioma?

When facing a mesothelioma diagnosis, many wonder how they developed the cancer. Research has proven how a majority of mesothelioma cases are developed, but it may not be the only cause of the disease. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, you need an experienced attorney representing you in your fight for justice. Contact the team at Shrader & Associates L.L.P. — with...

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How Does Mesothelioma Progress?

How Does Mesothelioma Progress?

You go to the doctor and hear news you weren’t expecting — you’ve been diagnosed with mesothelioma. Many questions may run through your mind — how did this happen? Why did this happen? What can be done to treat it? Depending on how the cancer has progressed will usually determine the next steps for your treatment. If you’ve been diagnosed with mesothelioma at no fault of your own, contact the...

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EA Sports College Football to Return — but Without Athletes’ Likenesses

EA Sports College Football to Return — but Without Athletes’ Likenesses

EA Sports vice president and general manager Daryl Holt plans to develop another college football video game, ending EA’s 8-year hiatus from the gridiron, as first reported by ESPN. After the release of EA’s 2013 NCAA Football game, EA and the NCAA were sued by the very athletes used in the game. This legal battle culminated in a $40 million settlement in favor of the athletes who, although they...

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COVID-19, The NCAA, and College Football—Where Do We Draw the Line?

March Madness was canceled, and after preseason practices have led to COVID-19 outbreaks among players and staff, college football’s 2020 season is on the line. Such is the way of things in mid-pandemic America. Life as we used to know it has been put on pause—but are our institutions, specifically schools, doing enough to keep people safe? It’s no secret football is a huge moneymaker for the...

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