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Mesothelioma by Region and Prevalence

    Cause and effect are important for assessing risk, and humans have been interrogating the world for cause and effect since we took our first steps. Modern medicine believes that the cause of mesothelioma is exposure to asbestos, and looking at regions with high rates of mesothelioma definitely supports that claim. Many cases seem to come from use of asbestos in industrialized nations, where asbestos was long used in building trades and industry. Mesothelioma also appears where asbestos is mined, and where it occurs naturally in the environment. This article provides an overview by region.

    The primary cause of mesothelioma is well known, which makes it easier to figure out where it will be found.  Asbestos exposure is the best known link to the development of mesothelioma. Asbestos is a fibrous substance, and can be used in a number of applications, especially as a flame-retardant, and for insulation. When asbestos is disturbed, the fibers get into the air, breathed in, and stay in the lungs, in some cases leading to mesothelioma.

    Mesothelioma rates seem to be concentrated in a small number of nations where it's been used for industry and building trades, some of which have banned it outright. Most reported deaths from Mesothelioma occur in Industrialized nations, most commonly the United States, Japan, and the United Kingdom. Developing countries have begun using significant quantities of Asbestos, so it's widely believed that mesothelioma death rates there will increase. Many Countries have placed outright bans on most uses of Asbestos, including The UK and Japan, however it should be noted that the United States has only a partial ban.

    Mining and environmental exposure have caused mesothelioma in many as well, and may be attributed to mesothelioma deaths prior to there even being a diagnosis. Asbestos mining first took place in Greece, and in the ancient world there were reports of miners becoming sick with an illness that may have been mesothelioma.Today, Asbestos is mined in Russia, China, Brazil and Kazakstan, while Asbestos mining was recently halted in Canada due to the danger. In a small part of Cappadocia Turkey, approximately 50% of villagers were dying from mesothelioma due to apparent asbestos contamination in their environment.

    Cause and effect isn't always easy to spot right away. There can be complications that get in the way, however since the 20th century, there's been a clear link between asbestos exposure and development of mesothelioma in patients. The prevalence of mesothelioma in certain industrialized nations along with in places where it was mined gives good evidence for that claim.



Possible Asbestos Exposure Sites:

  • Apg Fire Brick Company of Texas
  • Capitol Cement Company
  • Milk Products Association
  • U.S. Steel
  • Sorority House
  • Uncle Ben's Rice
  • Diamond Shamrock Chemical Company
  • Green Floral Company
  • Southwest Construction
  • Kallison Buildings
  • Solutia
  • Texas Bolt Company
  • Precision Metal Molding
  • Abilene Gas and Electric Company
  • Tenn-Tex Steel Plant
  • Northern Texas Tract. Company
  • Nueces Hotel Company
  • Mayflower Building
  • Love Field Terminal Power Plant
  • Pioneer Industrial Company
  • Monarch Tile
  • Border Steel Mill
  • Service Fabricators
  • Chance Vought Corporation
  • Phoenix Utility Company
  • Wupperman Spangler Animal Clinic
  • General Foods Corporation
  • Viking Insulation Company, Inc.
  • Casa de Mexico Theatro