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ADSA – Christmas Newsletter 2019

All Members and Friends are cordially invited to the 32nd annual Asbestos Diseases Society of Australia Christmas Picnic 2019 from 9:30am until about 4:30pm. Please refer to the back of the Newsletter and you will find a detailed map of Whiteman Park clearly showing the location of the ADSA annual ...
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ADSA Spring Newsletter 2019

Greetings to you all from the ADSA office and Committee and we are hopeful that you have successfully managed Winter without any major health issues. As in previous years our Organization is about to enter into several major programs, for example, our fundraising Walk for Research and Awareness and treatment ...
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ADSA Easter Newsletter 2019

Hopefully this Easter newsletter will find you in reasonable health. As some of you may recall, on 24th February this year we held our AGM and Special General Meeting in the matter of certain protocol which was required to amend our constitution in compliance with the new Associations Act 2015.
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ADSA Summer Newsletter 2019

Greetings to you all from the ADSA office and Committee and we are hopeful that you have successfully managed Winter without any major health issues
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ADSA Walk 2019: 10 Nov – Augusta to Dunsborough & Perth

I am so pleased to congratulate the 2018 ADSA Walk Team, Sponsors, Volunteers, and Supporters on raising $80,000 this year to fund the ADSA PhD Scholarship in Mesothelioma. Robert Vojakovic AM JP PRESIDENT The ADSA Walk 2019 is from 10 November 2019 to 15 November 2019.  The date change to November ...
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Ecumenical Memorial Speech

Ecumenical Memorial Speech Dear Members and Friends On Friday we held the ADSA 23rd Ecumenical Memorial Service for the victims of preventable asbestos caused diseases. This year we highlighted and honoured the memory of Peter Hays and Tim Barrows epic fight for justice against the corporate giant CSR 30 years ago. ...
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Periodic Examinations Of Persons Exposed To Asbestos

Early detection of lung cancer can lead to successful outcomes and remissions. Malignant mesothelioma still remains a lethal disease, however when detected at an early stage, can be treated with a multidisciplinary approach leading to reasonable longevity of survival.
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Blue Murder At Wittenoom

Since we know now there is no minimum safe level of exposure to asbestos, a minute in such concentration is enough to cause lung cancer or mesothelioma. The Asbestos Diseases Society is led to believe that CSR knew that asbestosis and lung cancer were the extremely likely result of working ...
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Update On Mesothelioma Research

The Executive Officer of our organisation, Rose Marie Vojakovic, sought information from Professor Anna Nowak as to the progress of clinical trials. Professor Nowak replied to Rose Marie as follows: “Clinical trials at our centre have recently gone a little too quiet for my liking. We have recently completed enrolling ...
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Asbestos Diseases Society of Australia

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