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Mesothelioma Resource AsbestosHelpDesk.org Announces 7th Annual International Asbestos Convention

December 28, 2010

AsbestosHelpDesk.org, a Mesothelioma resource site, releases details about the upcoming Annual International Asbestos Convention in Atlanta.

Atlanta, GA (Vocus/PRWEB) December 27, 2010

Every year, the Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization hosts a conference with information, special speakers, honored guests and breaking asbestos related news. The upcoming Seventh Annual Asbestos Convention will be held in Atlanta, Georgia at the Marriot Buckhead Hotel and Conference Center from April 1-3, 2011 reports Mesothelioma resource site AsbestosHelpDesk.org.

This conference is the ideal place for those interested in asbestos and Mesothelioma. Experts on Mesothelioma and asbestos related topics will gather from all around the world to focus and discuss issues such as exposure, detection, advances in treatment, environmental and economic impact and global policies. The attendees of this conference who range from the general public to Asbestos Lawyers and Mesothelioma Physicians will have a chance to learn more about asbestos and its related diseases.

Asbestos is a toxic mineral that is found mainly in the construction industry as it was used as a fire retardant and insulator prior to its ban in the United States reports Mesothelioma resource AsbestosHelpDesk.org. If disturbed, these toxic asbestos fibers can make their way to the lungs becoming lodged in the lobes at a cellular level and gradually cause damage to the lung tissue. Asbestos can cause many serious medical problems, such as asbestosis, lung cancer and Mesothelioma.

At this year’s Annual Asbestos Convention, many special guests will be honored during the conference. Loved ones who passed away from asbestos-related diseases will also be honored and remembered. For anyone interested in asbestos or Mesothelioma the Seventh Annual Asbestos Convention is a can’t miss event.

For more information on asbestos and its related diseases, visit the Mesothelioma resource site http://www.AsbestosHelpDesk.org today or call the Asbestos Helpline at 877-362-5833.

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