Latest mesothelioma News

Birds, barley, cheese and wine – it’s not just smoke and dust that can cause lung disease
Government backs WA clinicians to continue vital medical research
Five workplace cancer risk factors for tradies – Men’s Health Week
2023 Interim Review of the List of Deemed Disease in Australia report
WA Nurses And Midwives Receive Top Honours
Just and fair compensation scheme for sufferers of dust diseases
Did your dog dig in asbestos-laden mulch? Here are the risks – and what to do next
Asbestos in mulch? Here’s the risk if you’ve been exposed
Trial increases survival rates for mesothelioma patients
Improving survival rates for deadly lung diseases
Sowing seeds for better cancer outcomes
Asbestos still risk to workers 20 years on from ban
Don’t cut corners with asbestos
Queensland ready for 2023 Asbestos Awareness Week
High lung cancer rates in naval veterans linked to asbestos
Cumberland Council encourages residents to stay informed about the dangers of asbestos this November for National Asbestos Awareness Month
Australia’s tenth annual National Asbestos Awareness Month launches new Asbestos Education resource for residential property owners, managers and tradies to help save lives
Construction blitz to target falls from height and asbestos  
Important workers compensation reforms supporting fire-fighters pass Parliament
Progressing nation-leading reforms for our firefighters
Leading the way in health and safety for Tasmania’s fire-fighters
Presumptive cancer coverage expanding for firefighters
Greens introduce bill to expand presumptive cancer scheme for Victorian firefighters
Daffodil Day appeal is raising much needed funds
Women put their research and gender equity on record
Donation allows scientists to explore asbestos treatments
Firefighter cancer scheme would be expanded under Greens’ bill
Remember dead, fight like hell for living
Son’s love for mum inspires Cape to Cape trek for mesothelioma research
Prioritising removal of asbestos still needed to tackle mesothelioma
Leading way in care for our firefighters
Lung cancer and mesothelioma research receives funding boost
Lung cancer and mesothelioma research funding receives $480,000 boost
Court hits demolition company with $85,000 penalty
Expansion of Prescribed Cancers List for Firefighters
Better support for firefighters suffering from cancer
Preoperative immunotherapy for mesothelioma shows favorable outcomes
Immutep announces new collaboration for cancer treatment combination
More must be done to manage asbestos risks
New resources help employers better inform workers of asbestos risks
Asbestos: Deadly Legacy Lays Hidden In Plain Sight
Should your workers have asbestos medical check?
Safety reminder during Asbestos Awareness Week
Canine cancers give clues about human health risks
Cumberland City Council urges homeowners and tradies to ‘Be Asbestos Ready’ this month as part of National Asbestos Awareness Month
Research Excellence Awards 2022 winners
Central Coast construction site safety in spotlight