CANBERRA MAN WHO CONTRACTED MESOTHELIOMA AFTER EXPOSURE TO MR FLUFFY ASBESTOS AWARDED $250K FROM ACT GOVERNMENT
A home should be a child's sanctuary. Sadly this is not the case for many children, like James Wallner, living in homes build pre-1990. DIYers are renovating and unwittingly exposing children to deadly asbestos dust over time. We need to invest in lifesaving medical research. The drug Keytruda has made an impact on lung cancer treatment but has had limited success on Mesothelioma. We do not know why it helps a few sufferers, and at $8000 per month we should know more. NCARD has the research ready to go; they just need funding.