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Analyzing Some of the Newest-Advancements in Mesothelioma Treatment

More than 10 million people were exposed to asbestos between the 1940s and 1970s, which means there are millions of Americans who are potentially at risk of developing mesothelioma in the coming months and years. Thankfully, we’re seeing some advancements in medical treatment technology. But will we find a solution that’s safe and effective before […] The post Analyzing Some of the Newest-Advancements in Mesothelioma Treatment appeared first on Smarterware.
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