03/13/2013 // Chicago, IL, US // Cooney & Conway // Jessica McNeil // (press release) Attorneys at Cooney Conway Report: As is the case with many...

03/05/2013 // Chicago, IL, US // Cooney & Conway // Jessica McNeil // (press release) Many of us associate asbestos with occupations such as construction...

02/18/2013 // Chicago, IL, USA // Cooney & Conway // Jessica McNeil // (press release) CHICAGO, IL – (News: asbestos attorney news) —...

Mesothelioma is a Slow-Growing Cancer The lining of the lungs is called the pleura. When it becomes diseased with cancerous tumors, these are called mesothelioma. This is a malignant form of cancer. Every year two to three thousand people in the United States are diagnosed with this cancer. By and large, mesothelioma is caused by repeated inhalation of asbestos particles...

04/04/2011 // Chicago, IL, USA // Mesothelioma Lawyers – Cooney & Conway // Cooney & Conway While the dangers of asbestos exposure are...

12/06/2010 // Atlantic City, New Jersey, US // Get Cancer Answers // News Desk U.S. – A former casino worker has settled a lawsuit against his previous employer over alleged work-related secondhand smoke exposure, which he says contributed to his developing lung cancer. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), Vince Rennich’s settled the lawsuit against the Tropicana...

11/27/2010 // US // Get Cancer Answers // News Desk U.S. – The President & CEO of the Lung Cancer Alliance, Laurie Fenton-Ambrose, recently spoke about guidance for individuals who may be at high risk for lung cancer and considering CT screening. As reported by Medicine News Today, Fenton-Ambrose called for a public discussion about basic guidance for at risk individuals....

11/22/2010 // Chicago, IL, USA // Cooney & Conway // Mesothelioma lawyers: Cooney & Conway It is no secret that asbestos exposure poses grave health risks. That was scientifically shown, and accepted, decades ago. And the lawsuits brought—and often won—by mesothelioma lawyers have proven the point time and time again. But a more surprising revelation is...

11/12/2010 // US // Get Cancer Answers // News Desk U.S. – A new study suggests African Americans and Caucasians in the U.S. have a higher likelihood of developing lung cancer than other ethnic groups. As reported by HealthDay News, researchers found a higher incidence of the disease for the two groups annually after analyzing data from 1998 to 2006 from multiple states....

11/08/2010 // US // Get Cancer Answers // News Desk Washington – CT scans are said to be linked to a decrease in lung cancer death rates. As reported by the Associated Press (AP), researchers found in a study of heavy smokers that there was a 20 percent decline in death from the disease among individuals given spiral CT scans. National Cancer Institute Director Dr....