LegalView's Mesothelioma Blog Informs Readers of Recent Asbestos Fibers Reportedly Discovered on Local Chicago Beach

LegalView updated its mesothelioma blog informing readers of potentially deadly asbestos fibers found at a local Chicago beach. The Oak Street Beach was discovered to have amphibole asbestos, which is the most deadly type of asbestos and cause of mesothelioma cancer. - June 10, 2008

LegalView Updates Levaquin Practice Area with New Side Effect Information on Severe Tendon Rupture Among Patients

LegalView recently updated its Levaquin information portal with new information pertaining to the dangerous side effects that may be causing tendon ruptures among patients. Levaquin, an antibiotic used to treat bacterial infections, has been linked to spontaneous tendon rupture among patients as well as other side effects. - June 02, 2008

LegalView Posts Findings That Anti-Inflammatory Drugs May be Capable of Treating Mesothelioma

LegalView recently reported the use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) may have the ability to treat a variety of human cancers, including mesothelioma. A study released in the Journal of Translational Medicine reported that the NSAIDs may be responsible for anti-tumoral activity on mesothelioma cells. - June 02, 2008

LegalView Reports of Woman Allegedly Fired for Expressing Concerns with Asbestos-Tainted Flooring at Her Workplace

LegalView updated its mesothelioma blog with information of a woman who was allegedly fired for openly discussing her concerns with asbestos-tainted flooring. The woman, who works at a nursing home beauty salon, claims she was fired after she expressed anxiety with over her health because of potential asbestos exposure. - June 01, 2008

LegalView Updates Traumatic Brain Injury Information Portal with Additional Information on Causes of the Debilitating Injury

LegalView recently announced it would be updating its traumatic brain injury (TBI) information portal to include information on causes of the incapacitating injury that affects millions of Americans each year. - June 01, 2008

LegalView Announced Its Newest Information Portal with Details of the Digitek Digoxin Heart Tablet Recall

LegalView informed readers of its newest information portal detailing the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ordered recall of the Digitek-brand digoxin heart tablets. The tablets may have been manufactured containing twice the amount of active ingredient approved. - May 28, 2008

LegalView Updates Mesothelioma Victims on a Push to Increase Federal Funding for Asbestos-Related Illnesses and Deaths

LegalView reported to blog readers that several U.S. senators and lobbyists are supporting a push to increase federal funding for researching asbestos-related illnesses. The 2009 defense appropriations bill is at the epicenter for the cancer research because of the vast array of Navy men who are currently diagnosed with mesothelioma and at risk for the condition. - May 21, 2008

LegalView Announces the Arrival of a Breakthrough Scientific Study Allowing Insight Into the Development and Progression of Mesothelioma Cancer

LegalView utilized its mesothelioma blog to report a new mouse model for mesothelioma that reproduces the human disease and provides scientists insights into the way the cancer develops and progresses. The mouse model is for human malignant mesothelioma and will likely lead to breakthroughs in treatments for mesothelioma cancer patients over time. - May 07, 2008

LegalView Reports on Details of FDA Warning to Avandia Manufacturer for Withholding Avandia Study Research

LegalView recently reported the FDA warning letter given to manufacturers of Avandia for withholding post-market research. GlaxoSmithKline failed to comply with FDA regulations and offer officials full details of 10 ongoing clinical trials. - May 07, 2008

LegalView Updates Its Baxter Heparin Information Portal with News of Ongoing United States and China Heparin Contamination Controversy

LegalView recently updated its Heparin information portal on the latest news regarding the contaminated batch of Heparin, which may have sickened hundreds and caused the death of up to 90 individuals. U.S. officials have sourced the contamination to a manufacturing plant in China, but Chinese officials insist the contamination occurred in the United States. - April 30, 2008

LegalView Updates Readers with News of Potential Asbestos Exposure After a Power Plant Boiler Explodes on College Campus

LegalView reported on its mesothelioma blog an incident that has thousands of college students at risk for potential asbestos exposure after a boiler exploded in the campus power plant. The explosion not only left the students without hot water or heat in Wisconsin, but also put the students at risk for asbestos inhalation. - April 30, 2008

LegalView Announces New Complete Resource for Victims of Erb's Palsy

In order to serve the needs of those who may have been affected by the tragic condition known as Erb's Palsy, there is now a complete resource that covers the aspects of Erb's palsy that can most direly affect victims and their families. - April 28, 2008

LegalView Mesothelioma Blog Reports on Whistleblower Who Was Allegedly Fired for Reporting Improper Asbestos Cleanup to Authorities

LegalView recently updated its mesothelioma blog to include reports of a whistleblower being fired after he reported improper asbestos cleanup. The worker who refused to sign off on the demolition of the school was dismissed from his job duties permanently after he reported the improper procedure cleanup to officials. - April 19, 2008

LegalView Releases News on Asbestos Contaminated Housing Project Where Crews Hid Asbestos Leak with Dirt

LegalView reported on its mesothelioma blog about an asbestos contamination that occurred in Miami during the construction of an affordable housing project. The project, now likely to cost five times the original estimate, was contaminated after crews clearing the area hid an asbestos leak with piles of dirt. - April 13, 2008

LegalView Announced Its Newest Practice Area with Details of a Popular Cereal Recall Due to Salmonella

LegalView created a new information portal with details on the latest cereal recall due to salmonella in order to provide victims with up-to-date news of the cereal recall. The Malt-O-Meal brand of unsweetened Puffed Rice and unsweetened Puffed Wheat cereals where recently recalled because of salmonella contamination. - April 13, 2008

LegalView Updates Singulair Practice Area with Additional Information on Link Between the Drug and Increased Suicide Risk

LegalView recently amended its Singulair information portal after reports to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) linked the allergy drug and to an increased risk of suicide among patients. Singulair is prescribed to treat asthma as well as allergy symptoms such as sneezing and stuffy nose and is used by thousands of Americans. - April 05, 2008

LegalView Updates Mesothelioma Blog Readers with News of the South African Ban on Mesothelioma-Causing Asbestos

LegalView, on its mesothelioma blog, recently reported an asbestos ban on the use, manufacture and processing of the cancer-causing contaminant. Asbestos was mined for decades in South Africa and since the 1960s mesothelioma cancer and related illnesses have been associated with inhalation of the deadly fibers. - April 05, 2008

LegalView Expands Baxter Heparin Information Portal to Include Information on an Additional Heparin Recall

LegalView updated its Baxter Heparin information portal to add information on the most recent recall of the blood-thinning drug. Heparin, which is used to control blood during surgical procedures, was recently discovered to have a Heparin-like contaminant that sickened many and caused at least 19 deaths. - April 01, 2008

LegalView Reports About the Government's Rejection of a Monetary Request to Clean Up an Asbestos-Tainted Site

LegalView updated its mesothelioma blog to include news of the government denying federal funds to an area in Arkansas that was left tainted with asbestos after nearly 150 World War II structures were destroyed in a fire. The government rejected the requests from the town of Chaffee Crossing where citizens are currently at risk of contracting mesothelioma cancer. - March 31, 2008

LegalView Informs Readers of Mentally Disabled Individuals Hired to Cleanup and Dispose of Toxic Asbestos-Containing Materials

LegalView recently informed its readers that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in Washington had allegedly hired a mentally disabled crew to tear down an air route traffic control center, which contained toxic levels of asbestos. Investigations are underway to determine why the FAA used the crew. - March 23, 2008

LegalView Updates Baxter Heparin Portal with Information on the Source of Contamination for the Recalled Blood-Thinning Drug

LegalView updated its readers on the latest Baxter Heparin news from the FDA, which discovered the source of contamination of the blood-thinning agent to be a Chinese manufacturer. An investigation is underway to determine if the manufacturer intentionally compromised the safety of patients by using a less expensive derivative in the injectable drug. - March 23, 2008

LegalView is Proud to Announce the Launch of New FDA Notification Service

LegalView recently launched its U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) notification service, which will allow individuals suffering from negative pharmaceutical side effects to voice their concerns directly to the FDA. LegalView currently offers a vast plentitude of practice areas relating to adverse pharmaceutical side effects but now readers will be able to take immediate action. - March 15, 2008

LegalView Reports on Prominent Montana Democrat's Demand for Funds to Cleanup Asbestos-Ridden Town

One of Montana's top Democrats has demanded that the federal government allocate funds to clean up an asbestos-ridden town housing a former vermiculite mine. Libby, Montana is the site of the former W R Grace & Co mine, declared a Superfund site by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). - March 15, 2008

LegalView Announces the Future Launch of a New Information Portal with Details on Erb's Palsy and Potential Causes

LegalView announced an Erb's Palsy practice area detailing potential causes of the condition, which affects millions of Americans. Erb's Palsy is usually caused during complications at birth and can affect the nerves in child's limbs. - March 12, 2008

LegalView Reports Mine Safety and Health Administration's Reduction of Asbestos Permissible Exposure Allowances by Nearly 95 Percent

LegalView alerted mesothelioma blog readers of lowered asbestos exposure allowances, which were amended by the Mine Safety and Health Administration recently. The new limits were reduced by 95 percent of original limits and could increase the number of mesothelioma cancer reports among mine workers. - March 12, 2008

LegalView Updates Trasylol Practice Area in Light of New Reports Regarding the Drug's Allegedly Dangerous Side Effects updated its Trasylol information portal after new reports detailing the drugs allegedly dangerous side effects. Bayer AG's Trasylol (Aprotinin) is used during heart surgery procedures to control blood clotting, but is allegedly associated with increasing the risk of kidney failure, heart attack and stroke. - March 10, 2008

LegalView Reports Information About Asbestos Removal Falsified by School Official

LegalView recently updated its mesothelioma blog with information about a school official who had falsified records and reports regarding asbestos removal in local New York schools. - March 05, 2008

LegalView Alerts Readers of a Pain-Relief Patch That Has Been Linked to 120 Deaths Among Patients

LegalView immediately launched a practice area detailing the recall of a pain-relieving patch that has caused 120 patients to overdose. The Duragesic patch was recalled because of a manufacturing defect that caused many of the patches to leak. - February 25, 2008

LegalView Launches New Practice Area on Blood Thinner Linked to Deadly and Severe Allergic Reactions

LegalView unveiled a new practice area detailing the severe side effects of Heparin, a blood thinner commonly used to prevent clots in surgery and other critical care emergencies. However, the blood thinner has been linked to extremely dangerous allergic reactions among patients and has been associated with at least four deaths. - February 23, 2008

LegalView Offers Traumatic Brain Injury Victims Information on New Interview Technique to Restore Long-Term Memory After an Accident

LegalView reports a new scientific research on an interviewing technique that will help traumatic brain injury patients retrieve long-term memory. LegalView discovered the recent study on the autobiographic interview technique, which is helping brain injury victims with memory impairment. - February 20, 2008

LegalView Mesothelioma Blog Reports That Asbestos Exposure Slows Hurricane Katrina Cleanup in New Orleans Parish

Cleanup from Hurricane Katrina continues to be slow because of possible asbestos exposure. In a New Orleans parish, officials have determined to use a controlled burn rather than to demolish and move debris to a landfill, which could increase the potential for asbestos contamination. - February 20, 2008

LegalView Announces the Launch of a New Practice Area on Issues Surrounding Children's Over-the-Counter Cough and Cold Medicine Negatively Affecting Patients

LegalView announced plans to release a new children's over-the-counter cough and cold medicine practice area dealing with legal and medical issues surrounding the medication. The practice area is being launched after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released results from a review that found harmful and even deadly side effects exist when treating children and infants, under 2 years, of age with OTC cough and cold medicine. - February 11, 2008

LegalView Updates Readers About Potential Exposure to Cancer-Causing Dust When Harvesting Firewood in Asbestos-Ridden Areas

LegalView continues to update its mesothelioma practice area with relevant information for readers and most recently, blog readers were informed of the potential for exposure to deadly asbestos dust when individuals harvest timber in asbestos-laden areas. - February 11, 2008 Informed Its Mesothelioma Blog Readers About the Hazards of Linoleum Flooring in Older Homes, Which May be a Risk for Asbestos Contamination informed its mesothelioma blog readers about the hazards of linoleum flooring in older homes, which may be a risk for asbestos contamination. According to the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), extreme caution should be taken when removing linoleum that was sold in the 1970s and 1980s and placed in older homes. - February 11, 2008

LegalView's Newest Practice Area Provides Insight Controversy Surrounding Smoking Cessation Drug Chantix

LegalView launched a new practice area regarding the controversial drug that is used to help smokers quit, but may be in fact be causing suicidal tendencies and behaviors in patients. - February 11, 2008

LegalView Relaunches Traumatic Brain Injury Portal to Include Information About the Injury Affecting Soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan

LegalView is relaunching its traumatic brain injury (TBI) information portal to include resources for soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan that now suffer from TBI. - January 30, 2008

LegalView Learns of High-Tech Doll Aiding in Traumatic Brain Injury Research in Australia and Informs Readers of Other Resources to Sufferers

LegalView learns of high-tech doll in Australia that is helping scientists learn the after effects of traumatic brain injury. LegalView continues to provide the most up-to-date news on TBI as well as treatments, jury verdicts and scientific research studies to help victims of this accident. - January 30, 2008

LegalView Blog Notifies Readers of a New Experimental Asbestos Cleanup and Removal Method

LegalView's mesothelioma blog recently alerted readers of an experimental asbestos removal trial that is being used as an allegedly cheaper and safer method. LegalView provides information on asbestos removal as well as treatments and jury verdicts. - January 30, 2008

LegalView Updates Mesothelioma Information Blog with Details of Ohio Prisoners’ Exposure to Asbestos

LegalView readers were recently informed of an Ohio prison, opened in 1966, that had allegedly tested positive for asbestos after prisoners from the jail sent samples of insulation to a lawyer. Asbestos fibers and dust can cause an incurable form of lung cancer known as mesothelioma. - January 28, 2008

LegalView Unveils Two New Practice Areas Regarding Cholesterol Drugs Vytorin and Zetia

LegalView launched two new practice areas on the cholesterol drugs Vytorin and Zetia, which were recently cited in a study as providing no benefit on arterial plaque compared to the generic versions available. Zetia and Vytorin specifically, are more expensive than other versions of cholesterol drugs. - January 28, 2008

LegalView Informs Readers of Potential Firefighter Asbestos Exposure at a Recent Department Store Fire

LegalView continues to inform readers of the most recent mesothelioma and asbestos news updates on its mesothelioma blog. A recent department store fire has nearly 60 firefighters worried about potential exposure to asbestos. - January 08, 2008

LegalView Adds New Resources to the Relaunching of Its Traumatic Brain Injury Information Portal to Help Victims

LegalView is relaunching its traumatic brain injury (TBI) information portal to include more resources for TBI victims. Of the newly added resources will be symptoms and treatments for TBI. - January 08, 2008

LegalView Continues to Add New Content to Its ATV Information Portal Offering Accident and Rollover ATV Victim Assistance

LegalView added new content to its ATV information portal for victims of ATV accidents and rollovers. While riding ATVs can be a fun outdoor activity, many individuals can be hurt or lose limbs, which is why offers relevant information to its site to provide victims with support. - December 31, 2007

LegalView Updates Mesothelioma Blog with Info About an Asbestos-Tainted Toy That Has Been Pulled from Shelves

LegalView recently reported on its mesothelioma blog that an apparently popular toy tainted with asbestos has finally been pulled from shelves. Manufacturers became aware of the asbestos contamination after an asbestos awareness organization reported asbestos in the product. - December 31, 2007

LegalView Launches New ATV Information Portal to Assist Individuals Suffering from ATV Accident and Rollover Injuries, the number one site for everything legal on the Web, has launched a new information portal on all-terrain vehicle (ATV) accidents and rollovers. - December 30, 2007

LegalView Informs Readers of a New Mesothelioma Cancer Treatment Center Being Built to Aid Mesothelioma Cancer Victims offers readers several mesothelioma resources including its continually updated mesothelioma blog. A recent blog post regarding mesothelioma offered readers an inside into a new mesothelioma treatment center that is to be built in Australia. - December 24, 2007

LegalView Updates Avandia Information Portal to Include Latest Development Concerning the Diabetes Drug Raising Osteoporosis Risk

LegalView provides readers with the most up-to-date information on its recently updated Avandia information portal after reports that the diabetes drug was raising the risk of osteoporosis among patients. - December 22, 2007

LegalView Updates Mesothelioma Site with Reports of Controversial Asbestos Clean-Up Method Used by EPA

LegalView informs readers of an alternative and questionable asbestos removal method that is being used by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on an apartment building in Texas. Asbestos is one of the main causes of an incurable form of cancer known as mesothelioma and even minimum asbestos exposure can have adverse affects years later. - December 17, 2007

LegalView Announces Re-Launch of Nephrogenic Systemic Fibrosis Information Portal to Aid Those Enduring the Hardships of the Rare Illness

LegalView announces that it has re-launched its Nephrogenic Systemic Fibrosis information portal, which offers victims of the disease important resources for receiving legal assistance. The recently re-launched site also provides a wealth of background information on the illness including symptoms and treatments. - December 09, 2007

LegalView Keeps Readers Up to Date with Recently Released Scientific Research Findings That Point Out Asbestos in Everyday Products

LegalView recently alerted readers on its mesothelioma blog, which is continually updated, that scientists are finding the presence of asbestos in everyday products. LegalView posted the findings on its mesothelioma information portal that offers a wealth of resources for mesothelioma victims. - December 09, 2007

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