New Items – click on blue name for a link to article

Project 112 Compensation  
Ten names were added to the Wall
The National Personnel Records Center sent the information below concerning its new mailing
EPA Rules Lejeune Water Contaminant Causes Cancer
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund and HISTORY
VA Posts Online List of Ships Associated with Presumptive Agent Orange   Interesting Statistics of the Vietnam Memorial Wall



Mesothelioma Patients Are Not Alone

The most important thing to know about mesothelioma is that you are not alone. Patients, family members, caregivers and medical professionals are all anxious to reach out to support mesothelioma sufferers to ensure they have the information and support they need to manage this debilitating diseas

Mesothelioma Guide  Mission Statement

Our mission is to guide mesothelioma patients and their loved ones toward answers, care options, and free health solutions that improve their lives. Mesothelioma Guide was founded with over a decade of experience serving the mesothelioma community and a commitment to creating a better environment for patients and family members. By remaining a for-profit company, we’re able to dedicate hundreds of thousands of dollars in free top-tier resources and patient support staff.

Thank you for trusting us to provide the best health information for patients with mesothelioma. We work hard not to let youdown!

Anoxic Brain Injury

Our mission  is to be the most reliable, timely & complete resource on the internet
for brain injury veterans’ survivors. These injuries can be devastating, causing physical & emotional distress, as well as loss of wages. Check out our website for more information.

Pleural Mesothelioma and Veterans
As a result of their exposure during military service, U.S. veterans account for a sizable percentage of pleural mesothelioma patients. The group of veterans most at risk is naval veterans and this is a result of the mass amount of asbestos material used on naval vessels. Navy veterans who worked in shipyards or aboard vessels experienced more asbestos exposure than the average member of the Armed Forces and can claim benefits from the VA system for this service-related condition. For more information, go to:
Nursing Home Abuse

The thought of it is disturbing, but abuse of the elderly occurs all too frequently. They are some of society’s most vulnerable people, but senior citizens are at perhaps their most vulnerable when their living situations make it clear that they cannot easily defend themselves.


Nursing home abuse takes many forms, but all of it is damaging in some way – emotionally, physically, or financially. As the elderly population increases and the social dynamics of our society begin to favor nursing home care over in-home care, we must be evermore vigilant in protecting senior citizens from abuse. Knowing the signs of nursing home abuse is crucial.

The Nursing Home Abuse Center is an informational website committed to providing comprehensive information on nursing home abuse and neglect for the elderly and their loved ones.

To learn more about nursing home abuse:

Brain Damage Information 

Medical treatment for brain injuries can easily run into the high hundreds of thousands or millions of dollars because treatment may be required for the remainder of the patient’s life. It is important to learn more about how the injury must be treated and receive compensation from the parties that caused the accident. We’re here to help you find a law firm that will make every effort to obtain the highest amount of compensation possible to help to restore the injured party’s life to the best position possible. 

To learn more about brain injuries: 

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