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What is Mesothelioma?

What is mesothelioma exactly? Most definitions and diagnosis are pretty clear. Medical and online sources define it as "...cancer of the cells that make up the lining around the outside of the lungs and inside of the ribs (pleura), or around the abdominal organs (peritoneum)"

Another pressing question in the industry and surrounding this disease is: What does asbestos have to do with mesothelioma?

Accepted science, findings, experience and casualties in the US has confirmed the correlation, cause-effect type relationship between asbestos exposure and the development and occurrence of mesothelioma.

Also in the section learn about the Symptoms of Mesothelioma, how to Diagnose Mesothelioma and a detailed description of Malignant Mesothelioma.

Mesothelioma and Asbestos

Mesothelioma is still considered by the medical community to be relatively rare. As a terminal disease it is incredibly hard to diagnose accurately, early and treat it effectively. It is progressive and a killer! Asbestos is seen as the major cause for the disease. Even it we do not quite know how, why it develops spreads exactly and how best to treat or cure it.

Also you may find where asbestos is found, and at risk occupations

If you are interested to learn about the progression and development of the cancer, there are certain models the medical community use and refer to, to assist in the diagnosis, prognosis, treatment of and communication with their patients and fellow practitioners, lawyers and official documentation. Learn more from Mesothelioma Clinical Trials and Mesothelioma Research

Research and studies continue in the pursuit of a cure for Mesothelioma. This is where we try to find and innovate creative new treatment plans, remedies and solutions for coping, dealing and addressing the disease and the quality of life for the patients suffering from this disease. It robs the patients of their very precious breaths of life.

Evaluation of new treatment effectiveness, therapies and related medications or medical interventions is ongoing and for most doctors and specialists in this field a passionate and urgent, as well as serious pursuit and commitment is unquestionable. The race is on to find a cure for this rare type of cancer.

The newest technology and procedures are being tested in experimental conditions and clinical trials and progress is being made, albeit small steps at a time. We keep unraveling the mystery and deadly secrets of this killer cancer.

Here are some examples of some of the progress and ongoing studies underway at present: