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Shein Law Sponsors 2017 Philly Fights Cancer, Round 3 Fundraising Event

The Star-Studded Gala Raised $7 Million to Fight Cancer For more than 30 years, Shein Law has successfully represented the victims of occupationally caused cancers and their families. We have seen firsthand the suffering caused by illnesses that never should have happened. That is why Shein Law has joined the fight against cancer as a

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Biomarker Could Help Diagnose Mesothelioma

Researchers in Switzerland are hopeful about a new diagnostic tool for malignant pleural mesothelioma. The interaction between a surface molecule found on cancer cells and a particular protein may signal the presence of the disease, and can even help to distinguish it from other cancers. This biomarker could help foster a timely mesothelioma diagnosis without

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Immunotherapy Shows Promise

Exceedingly rare and aggressive, mesothelioma is a form of cancer that takes root in the lining of the lungs, heart, or abdomen, in response to asbestos exposure.  Patients have a survival rate of less than one year after learning they have mesothelioma, which has no known cure.  In recent years, certain individuals with mesothelioma participating

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Government-Funded Cancer Research

This year, the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) – the world’s largest gathering of cancer researchers – will present significantly fewer studies that are fully funded by the National Institutes of Health (NIH). That’s a dramatic decrease for American researchers, who usually dominate the meeting’s news conferences, which typically present

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South Jersey Asbestos Lawyers Discuss New Diagnostic Tool for Mesothelioma

A biomarker in lung fluid may hold the key to early diagnosis of mesothelioma. Mesothelioma, a rare and deadly form of cancer infecting the lining of the lungs and chest cavity, often mimics other respiratory conditions and is difficult to diagnose. However, a research team from Italy has found that testing for the biomarker soluble

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Philadelphia Mesothelioma Lawyers: Ongoing Risk of Asbestos Exposure

It is widely known that asbestos exposure is dangerous and can lead to serious illness, including mesothelioma, a rare and deadly cancer affecting the lining of the lungs, heart, abdomen and chest cavity. Since the 1970s, when the Environmental Protection Agency banned most asbestos-related products, use of the mineral in the United States has significantly

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Shein Law Attorneys Selected as Super Lawyers for 2017

The legal team at Shein Law proudly announces the selection of Benjamin Shein and Bethann Shaffzin Kagan as Super Lawyers for 2017. This honor reflects the hard work, dedication, and unwavering commitment Mr. Shein and Ms. Kagan have put forth to protect the rights of their clients. Since becoming a practicing attorney in 1985, Benjamin

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South Jersey Mesothelioma Lawyers Discuss New Immunotherapy Treatment

Immunotherapy has recently become a hot topic in mesothelioma research. Mesothelioma is notoriously difficult to treat, as it is resistant to many common cancer therapies. Advancements in immunotherapy are showing positive results in clinical trials, and a recent study published in The Lancet Oncology shows the effectiveness of immunotherapy drug pembrolizumab, marketed under the name

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Philadelphia Mesothelioma Lawyers: Biden Discusses Cancer Funding at Penn

Former Vice President Joe Biden recently addressed students at the University of Pennsylvania on the role of the United States in the quest to cure cancer. Biden joined Penn President Amy Gutmann in a panel discussion along with Otis Brawley, Chief Medical Officer of the American Cancer Society; Nancy Davidson, Director of Clinical Research for

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Philadelphia Asbestos Lawyers Discuss Lead Crisis in Pennsylvania

Despite extensive efforts to reduce chemical exposure, Pennsylvania is still suffering from a lead paint crisis. Approximately 13,000 children in Pennsylvania have been diagnosed with lead poisoning after significant levels of lead were found in their blood. Although lawmakers have enacted stringent regulations regarding lead abatement and disclosure, lack of funding has limited their effect.

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