Medical assistance is being made available for victims of asbestos contamination in the town of Libby, Montana.
Mesothelioma Cancer News – Government funded assistance for medical care is being made available for victims of asbestos contamination in Libby, Montana. As reported by MontanasNewsStation.com, those in the town who are battling asbestos related diseases were able to begin receiving assistance on Monday. Screenings are reportedly set to begin November 16.
The town of Libby was previously in the spotlight for a class action lawsuit against W.R. Grace and Company, which is no longer in operation. The company was accused of widespread asbestos contamination that reportedly left hundreds ill.
More information about the benefits and services that have been made available by the Department of Health and Human Services $6 million grant may be found by visiting www.libbyasbestos.org.