Saturday, April 19, 2014

Mesothelioma Awareness

Here are the mega kit that you could grab all over the blogs, we make it for the Mesothelioma awareness. 
Mesothelioma is an aggressive cancer affecting the membrane lining of the lungs and abdomen.
Incidence of mesothelioma is still quite rare, with only 2,500-3000 diagnoses in the United States each year. There was a spike in reported diagnoses between 1970 and 1984, which has been attributed to the latency period between diagnosis and the height of industrial exposures, which occurred roughly 40-60 years prior to this time. Exposure was common in nearly all industries but was particularly common in the WWII-era military industrial cycle, including Navy Shipyards.
Although this cancer is much more common in men over the age of 60 (largely attributed to the industrial exposures within male-dominated industries), mesothelioma in women and children has been described as well. Mesothelioma causes for diagnosis in women and children are mainly attributed to secondary exposure to asbestos, as it was not uncommon for men to bring asbestos back into the home on their body or clothing if proper cleaning facilities were not available on site.
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Here are the Train Stations :
Angel Wing Scraps
Dea’s Design
Ostrea Designs
Dreamn 4 Ever Designs
Caroline B.
Shuckclod’s Stuff
Ann’s Scrapbook Heaven
KJD Designs
Marniejo’s House Of Scraps
And here is my part :
Too late, sorry
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SiskiyouSue said...

Thank you for the beautiful kit. I hope this blog train improves awareness of this awful disease. Thank you for your efforts.

makeyesup said...

Great job on the kit, Thanks and Happy Easter.

Caroline B said...

You are all welcome !

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much! Vicki

Pam K said...

This is amazing; I love the hearts! Thanks for sharing!!

Mary Presley said...

Wonderful casue you are showing!! Gorgeous kit!! Thank you so much for sharing!!!

Unknown said...

Thank you for the lovely kit and for supporting the awareness of this awful condition. It does not get enough awareness due to the fact of a smaller number of victims that come down with it. I pray that more will be done for it. -Marie