Asbestos Testing

You owe it to yourself, you owe it to your family, and there are no out-of-pocket costs. A simple chest x-ray can be the difference between life and death.

Dr. Christopher John

Board-certified Pulmonologist
Over 40 Years of Experience
Dr. Christopher John, Medical Director for Asbestos Health Line

We've helped
thousands
of people.

Don't wait, schedule your free asbestos health test today. There are no out of pocket costs.

Asbestos Testing

We are committed to helping people who have been exposed to asbestos on the job.

Risks & Illnesses

Asbestos exposure is known to cause several serious health complications.

Sites & Industries

Asbestos was used extensively in industry. See if you've worked in a high-exposure site or job.

  • The cancer doctor told me the kind of I had was aggressive. I say had because I'm cancer-free now thanks to Asbestos Health Line.

    Clarke Dubose
    Actual Asbestos Health Line Client
  • I went to take an x-ray and qualified for compensation. I would recommend it to all my friends I worked with. I've never been treated any better.

    Barney Bridges
    Actual Asbestos Health Line Client
  • My employer never told me the dangers of working around asbestos and as an operator, you just did the things you had to do. I recommend the Asbestos Health Line to everybody who worked in industry.

    John Malonson
    Actual Asbestos Health Line Client
  • My husband wanted me to be checked for asbestos exposure because I washed his clothes. Turns out, I was exposed. It's something you need to take advantage of.

    Joan Blankenship
    Actual Asbestos Health Line Client

What is Asbestos?

Asbestos is a naturally-occurring mineral that is fibrous enough that it can be woven into cloth. It is said that King Charlemagne had a tablecloth made of asbestos. He would throw it into the fire to clean spilled food off of it and to amaze his guests, who had never seen asbestos before.

Heavy-Exposure Sites

Asbestos was commonly used to insulate hot industrial equipment, such as pipes, boilers, turbines, pumps, compressors, etc. Refineries, shipyards, petrochemical plants, and factories often have a lot of industrial equipment, so those job sites are usually associated with exposure to a lot of asbestos.

Dangerous Jobs

Asbestos was commonly used to insulate hot industrial equipment, such as pipes, boilers, turbines, pumps, compressors, etc. Refineries, shipyards, petrochemical plants, and factories often have a lot of industrial equipment, so those job sites are usually associated with exposure to a lot of asbestos.

Asbestos didn't stay at the jobsite.

Workers often bring home asbestos dust and unknowingly expose others in their household to asbestos. We’ve tested a number of spouses of asbestos workers and in many cases, the spouse of the worker actually has more damage to their lungs than the actual worker.

Did Asbestos Cause Your Cancer?

There is a clear link between exposure to asbestos and certain types of cancer - maybe even the type of cancer you have.

Asbestos & Mesothelioma

Mesothelioma is a very rare type of cancer that is caused almost exclusively by exposure to asbestos. There are typically only about 3,000 cases diagnosed every year. Dr. John has diagnosed or treated well over 100 individuals with mesothelioma in his career; most doctors see only a few cases in their entire career.

Asbestos & Other Types of Cancer

Asbestos has been proven to cause or contribute to a number of types of cancer, including throat cancer, lung cancer, stomach cancer, and colon cancer. Dr. John and the team at Asbestos Health Line have caught cancer early enough for many of our clients that they were able to treat it and have a full recovery.

Your care is a team effort.

Asbestos Health Line offers free health tests to individuals who were exposed to asbestos. We have fully-staffed offices in Beaumont, Texas; Pflugerville, Texas; Moss Bluff, Louisiana; and Little Rock, Arkansas. Our staff has helped diagnose and treat tens of thousands of individuals who suffered from lung damage through their exposure to asbestos.

Proudly serving
those who served.

The Asbestos Health Line works with many VFW and American Legion groups across the nation in effort to give back to those who have served our country. From the bottom of our hearts, thank you for your service!