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cure for this disease. But the companies are not donating these funds. So, if a law firm like LPK, who has witnessed the horrific suffering of our clients and their families for over twenty-five years, does not give money to mesothelioma research, then who will? There are many firms that advertise themselves as “mesothelioma law firms”, yet very few have given significant funds to find a cure for the disease. As the article discusses, our firm has donated money to New York University to help fund the ground-breaking mesothelioma research of Harvey I. Pass, MD. Last year, this research money contributed to a landmark study published in the New England Journal of Medicine***** that identified, for the first time, a marker in human blood that may be able to detect mesothelioma at an earlier stage when it might be more treatable. We were gratified to see our firm’s name acknowledged for our contribution in that important published article. We have also donated money to the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation (MARF) for many years, because MARF is the only non-profit organization in the United States that turns its donations into research grants that are selected by an independent scientific advisory board. In sum, more money is needed for mesothelioma research, not less. Law firms should be encouraged to join our firm in donating money to mesothelioma research. We also invite companies who sold and profited from asbestos products to give money to help cure mesothelioma. It will take resources from all possible sources to ultimately find a cure for the approximately three thousand people that continue to be diagnosed with mesothelioma each year due to past exposures to asbestos products.”

Mr. Jerome H. Block, has concentrated his practice primarily on representing people with asbestos-related diseases, such as mesothelioma, since 2001. His firm, Levy Phillips & Konigsberg, LLP, has been representing asbestos victims for more than twenty-five years. The
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