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Mesothelioma Treatment

 
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The type of mesothelioma treatment you receive will depend on the particular circumstances of your condition—pleural mesothelioma (lung) or peritoneal mesothelioma (abdominal). Surgery, radiation treatment, and chemotherapy are the traditional treatments for early-stage mesothelioma.

You may first notice symptoms such as chest pain—possibly from a pleural effusion (fluid in the lungs), coughing, or abdominal swelling (ascites fluid). These can be symptoms of other types of lung cancers, so only a qualified cancer doctor can make a positive mesothelioma diagnosis through specific testing. The first factor to consider is whether you have a history of exposure to asbestos, either through occupational exposure or living with someone who worked with asbestos.

Mesothelioma treatment cancer information

The best way to be sure you are getting the most up-to-date mesothelioma treatment cancer information is by choosing your care team from among doctors and other medical professionals who are specialists in mesothelioma treatment. New clinical trials and other cutting edge mesothelioma treatments are continuing to emerge. HendlerLaw can refer you to doctors at mesothelioma centers of excellence where they may know of the latest treatments available.

Scientists are continually searching for reasons why people get cancer and what causes it to grow. Research and clinical trials focus on finding new and better ways to diagnose and treat it. And researchers are committed to discovering how to improve quality of life for cancer patients, both during and after treatment. Mesothelioma cancer treatment information is receiving a lot more attention today because of the growing number of cases of mesothelioma being reported that require this specialized treatment.

Mesothelioma cancer treatment

Asbestos exposure is strongly associated with malignant mesothelioma cancer. Finding experts in mesothelioma treatment should be your first priority after you're diagnosed. Be sure to talk with your doctor about his or her qualifications and experience with mesothelioma treatment. You can find cancer centers that specialize in mesothelioma in many states including Texas, Ohio, New Jersey, Michigan, California, and Florida.

You may also decide to contact a law firm whose attorneys have experience in pursuing legal claims on behalf of people who are receiving mesothelioma cancer treatment. It's important to know that you should retain these legal services on a contingency basis—in other words, you pay nothing unless the law firm recovers compensation for you.

At Hendlerlaw, we can help mesothelioma patients recover compensation in Arizona, California, Washington, Texas, Maryland, Nebraska Florida, Massachusetts, Illinois or Florida and throughout the United States and Mexico. Call us today at 800.443.6353 for more information or send us an email at help@hendlerlaw.com.