Shining a Light on Lung Cancer
Anne McGinness Kearse

Throughout my career, I’ve had the opportunity to work with some truly incredible people, but unfortunately it is often under very difficult and painful circumstances. Even though some are either dealing with aggressive lung cancer or coping with the loss … Continue reading

On Veterans Day, honor and protect those who protected us
John Herrick

It is right and proper that on Veterans Day we honor those who selflessly served our country, who bravely protected our freedoms, and who fearlessly confronted our enemies. On this day and throughout the year, we offer thanks to all … Continue reading

Takata’s cover-up of airbag defect could outpace GM’s cover-up
Kevin Dean

Apparently, 10 years is about how long it takes a manufacturer to finally acknowledge that its product is killing people. That’s 10 years too long. In a series of recalls ominously similar to those made by General Motors earlier this … Continue reading

Putting on Purple this November: Recognizing Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month
Kimberly Baden

Pancreatic cancer might not have the same name recognition as breast or colon cancer, but of the top 25 cancer killers today, it’s the only one with a five-year survival rate at six percent.  Add to this that more than … Continue reading

Holding GM accountable
Joe Rice

The statistics of GM’s recalls this year are staggering. There are more than 70 different vehicle recalls ranging from defective ignition switches to faulty tie rods and brakes, all affecting more than 26 million cars in the U.S. alone. That … Continue reading

Lead Poisoning Prevention Week and the D.C. Screening of “MisLead”
F. Fitzpatrick

Paint on the outside and inside of homes, a student’s brass trumpet mouthpiece, vending machine trinkets, an old children’s book and lipstick. Apart from being ordinary objects found in just about any family home, these items have also been found … Continue reading

Discussing the latest in asbestos lung cancer litigation
Brian Bevon

As many Americans are all too aware, lung cancer continues to be the leading cancer killer in both men and women in the United States. It is mainly seen as a disease of the elderly, with more than 82 percent … Continue reading

Mesothelioma Awareness Day 2014: Recent headlines highlight that asbestos is still a relevant issue
John Herrick

A couple of recent articles about renovation workers encountering asbestos while working on building modifications have recently caught my attention. And, with Mesothelioma Awareness Day coming up this Friday, September 26, 2014, I wanted to share some thoughts on asbestos, … Continue reading