Latest Erionite Stories
A new study finds a higher-than-expected mesothelioma death rate in a Mexican Village may be linked to the mineral erionite. Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) September 24,
Though regulated in the United States, asbestos is not completely banned.
Researchers in Mexico say the central part of the country could face a significant risk of mesothelioma from the same mineral that has caused hundreds of deaths in Turkey. Raleigh,
For roughly 30 years, gravel containing the potentially carcinogenic mineral erionite was spread on nearly 500 kilometers of roads, playgrounds, parking lots, and even flower beds.
Surviving Mesothelioma reports that in response to new findings that mesothelioma has a genetic link, global mesothelioma experts are preparing to convene in Hawaii on Friday, December 2, 2011
Some of the nationâ€™s top health and environmental officials are meeting in Washington to discuss a little-known mineral that could put thousands of Americans at risk for mesothelioma
As school buses drive down the gravel roads in Dunn County, North Dakota, they stir up more than dirt.
New data shows that people exposed to the mineral erionite found in the gravel of road materials in North Dakota may be at significantly increased risk of developing mesothelioma, a type of lung cancer most often associated with asbestos exposure.
Everyday exposure to naturally occurring asbestos increases the risk of developing malignant mesothelioma, according to a study by UC Davis researchers.
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