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Books to help with mesothelioma may be of many types. Some contain information about asbestos and how it causes asbestosis and malignant mesothelioma. Others will describe symptoms, treatments, support options, and how to get help from the best mesothelioma doctors. You can also visit the sections of this website related to pleural mesothelioma and peritoneal mesothelioma, and the facts about the legal process of filing a mesothelioma lawsuit. Where you live, whether it's in California, Minnesota, Maryland or other states, may affect the time after your diagnosis you have to file a claim.

Asbestos cancer information

For many mesothelioma patients, books with information about the asbestos cancer called mesothelioma can provide comfort. When you understand what is happening to your body and how it was caused, you might feel a little less overwhelmed with what you are going through.

Because mesothelioma is almost always linked with asbestos exposure, one resource you might consider for book recommendations is a qualified lawyer who handles mesothelioma cases on a regular basis. If you are in the process of choosing a mesothelioma attorney, consider asking her or him for ideas for books to read. A competent and compassionate attorney from an experienced law firm should be more than willing to help you in this way.

Cancer information mesothelioma

The American Cancer Society has a whole list of cancer books with information you can apply to mesothelioma lung cancer. They include topics such as causes of cancer, drug information, pain control issues, a guide to alternative and complementary therapies, and cancer nutrition information that can help with mesothelioma. They also list several publications by cancer survivors, and lists books that are addressed to cancer-victim family members and cancer caregivers.

A popular book about living with mesothelioma or any cancer is called Help Me Live: 20 Things People with Cancer Want You to Know, by Lori Hope, a lung cancer survivor. She talks about the stigma of having cancer and the lack of adequate funding for research.

If you are interested in reading materials by a collection of specialized mesothelioma doctors you might consider the book called simply Mesothelioma. It is edited by Bruce W.S. Robinson and A. Philippe Chahinian and deals with the history of the disease as well as describing understanding about it has grown among medical professionals over the years. It also looks at the effectiveness of various traditional treatments. Or your doctor may recommend other helpful resources.