ADAO 12th Annual International Asbestos Awareness and Prevention Conference
“Where Knowledge and Action Unite”
April 8 – 10, 2016
Location: Crystal Gateway Marriott in Washington D.C.
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Posted on February 29, 2016The Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO) is proud to present a new weekly series” Meet the Speakers and Honorees,” highlighting one or several attendees at our highly-anticipated 12th Annual International Asbestos Awareness & Prevention Conference! The ADAO Conference, which will take place on April 8-10, 2016 in Washington, DC, combines over 30 expert opinions, victims’ stories, and new technological advancements from more than 10 countries into one united voice raised for asbestos awareness. ADAO is the only U.S. nonprofit that organizes annual conferences dedicated solely to preventing exposure and eliminating asbestos-caused diseases. Register today!
Honorees: Dr. Phillip Landrigan M.D., M.Sc.; Dr. Christine Oliver MD, MPH, MS; Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency; The Collegium Ramazzini; Earl Dotter; Clarence Borel; The Amento Family; Christine Winter
|Dr. Phillip Landrigan M.D., M.Sc., The Dr. Irving Selikoff Lifetime Achievement Award in honor of his tireless dedication to increasing awareness about asbestos to eliminate diseases.|
|Dr. Christine Oliver MD, MPH, MS, The Dr. Irving Selikoff Lifetime Achievement Award in honor of her tireless dedication to increasing awareness about asbestos to eliminate diseases.|
|Asbestos Safety and Eradication Agency, The Tribute of Unity Award for their relentless efforts, both nationally and internationally, to protect public health, ban asbestos, and increase public awareness about the danger of asbestos.|
|The Collegium Ramazzini, The Tribute of Hope Award for their steadfast commitment to their steadfast commitment to awareness, prevention, and policy to eliminate asbestos-related diseases.|
|Earl Dotter, The Tribute of Inspiration Award for his unwavering commitment through photojournalism to protect workers’ health and safety and to give past and present asbestos victims a voice.|
|Clarence Borel, will be honored posthumously, with the Warren Zevon “Keep me in Your Heart” Tribute Award for being a leader in establishing corporate responsibility for those who sell asbestos products and protecting the rights of workers by compensating those who were harmed.|
|The Amento Family, will be recognized with the Alan Reinstein Award for their commitment to education, advocacy, and support to countless patients and families.|
|Christine Winter, will be recognized with the Alan Reinstein Award for her commitment to education, advocacy, and support to countless patients and families.|
Check back next week for the third “Meet the Speakers and Honorees” blog featuring to our conference Session I Speakers
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