Patients and their families are invited to visit the Asbestos.net site (http://www.asbestos.net/) where individual videos are displayed throughout the content of the site and accessible by clicking 'Watch This Article' on many of the most important articles, or find the complete collection in one place directly on the YouTube.com website (http://www.youtube.com/asbestosnet).
According to Bill Mulligan, Director of Client Advocacy at Asbestos.net, "Being medical in nature, we recognized early on that the subject material covered on Asbestos.net can be overwhelming for the average person who has been diagnosed with mesothelioma to read and comprehend. One of the main focuses of this site and project is to distill the information into a form that makes it accessible to those that have been diagnosed - something that we have tried to accomplish in all aspects of the site. The videos were just a natural extension of this concept: Because both the topic and the terminology can be unfamiliar and confusing, it's often easier to listen to a person presenting the material rather than try to digest it in written form."
Having taken over a year to produce, this collection of videos represents the most important and relevant topics to those who have been diagnosed with mesothelioma or another form of asbestos cancer, and cover just a portion of the thousands of pages of content, many of which have been reviewed by a licensed oncologist, published on the Asbestos.net site. Asbestos.net is confident that those affected by this deadly condition will truly benefit from the information contained within this collection of videos, allowing them some comfort in the knowledge...Read more here or see the site now