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Treatment of Mesothelioma

There currently is no cure for Mesothelioma. The chance of recovery
for a person with Mesothelioma
depends on several factors, including:

  • Size of the cancer
  • Location of the cancer
  • Spread of the cancer throughout the body
  • Response to treatment
  • Appearance of the cells under a microscope
  • Age of the patient

Although many cases of Mesothelioma are diagnosed as terminal, researchers are continually finding new treatment options. Although recommended treatment varies with each individual case, three of the most common options are surgery, radiation therapy, & chemotherapy.

Supportive treatment of symptoms includes respiratory treatments to remove secretions from the lungs, chest percussion and vibration. Medication and oxygen treatments may supplement treatment plans.

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