Mesothelioma, ‘asbestos cancer’, develops to advanced stages before symptoms are presented, and as with other cancers, the later the diagnosis, the poorer the prognosis. Mesothelioma patients seldom live more than one year after diagnosis. Obviously, early diagnosis could extend lives by allowing for earlier and more effective intervention.
Not everyone exposed to asbestos develops mesothelioma, of course. One reason for this Continue reading Information About Mesothelioma and Asbestos
The mesothelium forms the sac that contains our internal organs. It protects and lubricates the natural movement of our lungs, diaphragm and other organs when we move and breathe. It is divided into two Continue reading Mesothelioma Cancer Symptoms May Not Appear Right Away
Pleural mesothelioma is cancer involving the thin membrane that lines the walls of the chest. This is the most common form of mesothelioma. It is often called lung cancer. The prognosis for pleural mesothelioma is very poor. Chemotherapy, radiation therapy and surgical intervention have not been found to improve Continue reading Pleural Mesothelioma Is Often Called Lung Cancer
Peritoneal mesothelioma cancer is caused by microscopic particles of asbestos, primarily ingested by breathing the contaminated dust of construction sites, manufacturing plants, and automotive shops of decades ago. These particles migrate into the extremities of the lungs and penetrate the tissue, traveling into Continue reading Information About Peritoneal Mesothelioma and Asbestos
The treatment of mesothelioma is usually palliative in nature because the conventional interventions of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation have not been found to extend life.
Studies have been done on the effectiveness of immune enhancers such as interferon and cytokine, with varying results ranging up to doubling Continue reading Mesothelioma treatments: Conventional or Alternative Treatments?
Diagnosis of mesothelioma may be achieved by X-Ray and CD scans. Unfortunately, the lining of the body cavity is so thin that there must be considerable development of cancer before it thickens enough to be readily seen with these scans. The use of an MRI examination provides more Continue reading Mesothelioma Diagnosis: X-Ray and CT Scans
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. Continue reading Mesothelioma Support Needed By The Patient and Family
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Synopsis: This article describes the importance of the immune system in fighting cancer and the damage done to the immune system by conventional medical treatments
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Paul’s history from 12-2001 through 12-2002
Paul was diagnosed with throat cancer on Christmas Eve 2001, and was given 96 hours of chemotherapy and 28 days of radiation in early 2002. On May 31st, 2002, he had radical surgery to his throat, leaving him unable to eat or speak. In December, 2002, He was given 3 to 4 months to live. He was fed by means of a Continue reading Paul Lokkosmoe’s Story
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. Continue reading My Cancer Success Story
My journey into the realm of alternative cancer treatment began in 1996, when I overcame a devastating and “untreatable” cancer by using an “alternative” treatment. Since that time, I have actively researched Continue reading Alternative Cancer Treatments
If you still trust your doctor to know everything about treating cancer
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Cancer success is what you make it to be.
The quality of life issues such as when and how you die are very personal decisions. I had a friend who wouldn’t try an alternative Continue reading Success in Treating Cancer