Mesothelioma Support Needed By The Patient and Family

The nature of mesothelioma is such that much support is needed by the patient and family to see them through the situation. This is especially true because of the poor prognosis of one year to live after diagnosis. Depending upon the particular nature and beliefs of the people involved, support may be had from many sources, including the clergy, family, friends, and institutions.

There are many resources for help online. Educational materials, telephone support, personalized medical news, online discussions, message boards, and one on one consultation with trained counselors is available.

Also, there is available, information on community care resources, and access to social workers. There is a free one-on-one support available for patients and families that mach needs to volunteers who have recovered from various cancers. There is available a wide selection of health resources and information including legal counseling and state by state listings of resources for help with housing, utilities and transportation. Also assistance with finding proper medical treatment, pharmaceutical supplies and home health care products and services is available.

Perhaps the most welcome service is the availability to talk, one-on-one. with those who have gone down this road before you and have succeeded.

In the opinion of this writer, the most valuable resources available to the mesothelioma patient and family is the information that leads to the safe, natural, and effective treatments available from alternative cancer treatment resources.

About Bob Davis

Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is Bob Davis and I am a retired engineer who did some work in various medical projects, but not as a doctor or other medical practitioner. In April 1996, I was admitted to the hospital as an outpatient for an x-ray. It was found that I had massive cancer. I had a mass in my abdomen a foot wide and several inches thick. Further, I had several masses in my chest, some of them “the size of soft balls”. It was also determined that I had cancer in my bone marrow. I asked my doctor what we were going to do. He said, “Try……….something else” What did I do? For three weeks I went on a juice fast and colon cleanse program. I am eager to share information on cancer treatment and general health issues. I do occasionally speak at meetings on several related subjects. My favorite subject is ENZYMES!!!