The effort put forth in this website is dedicated to Nicholas J. Cino, Army Corporal Veteran, died at age 79, far before his time. Cino was diagnosed in 2011 with Pulmonary Fibrosis, a clinically similar condition to Asbestosis. Within 12 short months, he was gone.
The mission of this site is to promote general awareness about the dangers of Asbestos and its related health consequences including Pulmonary Fibrosis, Asbestosis, and Mesothelioma. The owners and operators of this site believe that the more people who find, research and review the information found here, all of which has been thoroughly researched and cross-checked with the most reliable of sources, the more likely it is that asbestos will ultimately be banned in the United States and throughout the world.
In addition to this, family members, friends and care-givers of those affected by this deadly material can better learn, prepare and seek support for their illness. Time is certainly of the essence, as is with most types of cancer, especially, mesothelioma.
You and or your organization can support this mission simply by sharing this information with friends and family. Not only will the people in your life have an opportunity to learn about Mesothelioma, but they will also help spread the word to their friends as well. Therefore, outreach to your personal network is crucial. Please take a moment to share this information on your favorite social network, blog or website.
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