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3 Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Mesothelioma

3 Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Mesothelioma

Facing a mesothelioma diagnosis can seem overwhelming. During this trying time, remember that your doctor is there to help you understand everything you can about the disease as well as what you can do to fight it. As such, it’s in your best interest to go to your next doctor’s appointment prepared with some of the following questions so you can get all the information you need about how to...

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COVID-19, The NCAA, and College Football—Where Do We Draw the Line?

March Madness was canceled, and after preseason practices have led to COVID-19 outbreaks among players and staff, college football’s 2020 season is on the line. Such is the way of things in mid-pandemic America. Life as we used to know it has been put on pause—but are our institutions, specifically schools, doing enough to keep people safe? It’s no secret football is a huge moneymaker for the...

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What is the Most Effective Way to Fight Mesothelioma?

What is the Most Effective Way to Fight Mesothelioma?

Mesothelioma has several treatments. The type of treatment you receive will depend on your cancer’s stage, your age, your overall health, and more. Below, we discuss the three main ways to fight mesothelioma and which one may be the most effective for you. #1. Surgery Surgery is arguably the most effective treatment for early-stage mesothelioma. This is because it’s one of the only ways to...

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What Are the Chances of Mesothelioma Remission?

What Are the Chances of Mesothelioma Remission?

Remission refers to when the symptoms of cancer are reduced. Remission can be partial or complete. Complete remission, however, does not mean the cancer is cured. Rather, it means that all signs of the cancer have disappeared for the time being while some cancer cells are still present in the body. The chances of remission vary depending on several factors, including the type and stage of the...

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What Mesothelioma Patients May Expect During Treatment

What Mesothelioma Patients May Expect During Treatment

Mesothelioma is a rare but dangerous form of lung cancer caused by exposure to asbestos. Mesothelioma is particularly dangerous due to its long latency period. This latency period means that someone who experienced asbestos exposure may not present symptoms of mesothelioma under decades later—making treatment for the disease much more difficult. Learn what mesothelioma patients may expect during...

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