CAA Ladies Day 2019

On 20 February 2019 By

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A specialist nurse dedicated to improving care for patients with pleural disease, including those with mesothelioma has been given funding by Scotland’s leading asbestos charity Clydeside Action on Asbestos. The new pleural specialist nurse will be based within the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital and will see patients from throughout the West of Scotland.

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Clydeside Action on Asbestos is to fund a nurse dedicated to helping patients who have work related lung conditions caused through no fault of their own. The new nursing post is the first in Scotland to be specifically targeted at people who are living with the effects of being exposed to substances such as asbestos, and will make a significant difference to how people manage their illness.

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Friends and family will gather today to remember their loved ones who died from an asbestos-related condition. The memorial, organised by Clydeside Action on Asbestos, provides a place where people can come along and spend some time reflecting on their own memories, and on the toll of the widespread use of asbestos in Scotland.

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