Mesothelioma, 2,000 to 3,000 new cases are reported each year and 10,000 people a year
die from mesothelioma and asbestos diseases in the United States.
What is Asbestos Exposure?
Asbestos exposure at work is reported in about 70 percent to 80 percent
of all cause of mesothelioma cancer symptoms.
More men develop asbestos symptoms than women do (3 to 1).
All who are exposed to asbestos will not develop the mesothelioma disease,
but long term asbestos exposure really does increase the chances of becoming a mesothelioma patient.
Men and women who never worked around asbestos or asbestos insulation developed mesothelioma, from a family member that did work around asbestos or asbestos insulation, (body, clothing, shoes, etc..),
and residents who lived close to asbestos factories and mines developed mesothelioma,
this is called secondary asbestos exposure.
Mesothelioma cancer is an aggressive type of cancer that is hard to detect.
By the time a mesothelioma patient gets the symptoms of mesothelioma, it is usually in the late stages of the disease.
This being the case mesothelioma cancer treatment and research teams have defined their struggle to expand the period of mesothelioma survival rate in mesothelioma patients by decreasing or diminishing the growth of the mesothelioma disease.
Early detection of mesothelioma cancer is the life extending fact to the mesothelioma survival rate.
If you know you have been exposed to asbestos then you must talk to your doctor about at least a CT or MRI scan.
The earliest signs of mesothelioma can be detected with these two x ray devices.
This way your doctor can start treatment before it progresses.
Remember, mesothelioma cancer is not in the form of a tumor that can be removed with surgery, only pleural mesothelioma is operable if detected in its earliest stages.
If surgery is an option, mesothelioma radiation therapy and mesothelioma chemotherapy are also combined.
The use of targeted mesothelioma chemotherapy is a common approach to treat mesothelioma patients .
Cells that can compromise cancer cells are also a common strategy for mesothelioma treatments.
Targeting mesothelioma radiation therapy to minimize the destruction of healthy cells have also been introduced.
If you have a family member or loved one who suffered a mesothelioma death,
you need to contact a mesothelioma lawyer or mesothelioma attorney to discuss your legal right for an asbestos settlement.