Saturday, 15 November 2008

Mesothelioma Cancer History

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Asbestos, which is the main cause of mesothelioma, was discovered in the early 20th century. There were many articles written in the 1930's that indicated that asbestos was linked to cancer. The very first to be written suggested that asbestos was the primary cause of lung cancer. That publication was called "Pulmonary Asbestosis."
During 1955 a connection was established between the development of certain forms of lung cancer and the ingestion of asbestos fibers, which confirmed this theory.
Long ago, mine waste, which contained asbestos, was used to cover schoolyards and playgrounds. It was at this time when many people who didn't even work in or around asbestos began to contract mesothelioma.
It became a risk to those who just lived in the neighborhoods of asbestos factories. A person no longer had to work with it to be at risk. It was affecting many others as well.
The last asbestos mining was stopped in 1966. It was rumored that officials knew of the hazards for years prior to it's closure, but continued to conduct business as usual, despite the deadly consequences.
It is unknown why the mine was allowed to operate without any risk control and why the place wasn't forced to shut down before that time. They were never even enforced to adopt safer work practices to make it a safer work environment for their workers. Every year there were more and more cases of mesothelioma reported and it was just getting worse.
The first diagnosed case of mesothelioma was of an Australian mine and mill worker who worked in the asbestos mining industry for three years. It was getting to the point where people who lived in the town where the asbestos mining was being conducted were developing mesothelioma as well.
This caused many problems with the people in the community until 1978, when the Australian Government phased out the town completely. The asbestos exposure was so great, that shutting down the mine just wasn't enough. The town had been exposed to this deadly substance for so long, that the entire town has to be closed and condemned! To learn more about Mesothelioma Cancer, including information on Mesothelioma Diagnosis, visit where we provide all of this and much more!
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