Author Archives: Kathy Lexington

About Kathy Lexington

Kathy is a night nurse who blogs in her spare time, as a way to let her creative juices fly. She attended nursing school in Mansfield, Ohio and has worked at both the Cleveland Clinic and Lakewood Hospital. She has been touched by many Cancer survivors and those who lost their fight, while working at the Cleveland Clinic. She writes for a number of blogs around the web, but feels that this one gives her the opportunity to speak out for those she cares for everyday.

Climate Changes Brings Asbestos Dangers to Light

The danger of climate change has been making itself apparent in recent years. As natural disasters occur more frequently, they bring about significant economic, financial, and environmental destruction, as well as several dangers toward human health and safety. According to … Continue reading

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Workers in VA Power Plant Face Asbestos Exposure

Several contract workers at Virginia‚Äôs Surry Nuclear Station have been exposed to asbestos despite assurances that they would not come into contact with the deadly substance and that any contaminated areas would be clearly marked. Hundreds of contract workers were … Continue reading

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European Scientists Develop Safer Treatment for Mesothelioma Cancer

Mesothelioma patients may soon see a new, easier, more effective treatment for their cancer, as European researchers are currently developing an inhalant method of drug administration as opposed to the current intravenous treatment. This new medicine has the potential to … Continue reading

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