Malignant Mesothelioma: Learn about the Different Types of Mesothelioma
You may not know that your body has a thin membrane that covers and even provides lubrication to different cavities within the body. This membrane is called the mesothelium. Exposure to asbestos can lead to cancer in this lining, which is known as mesothelioma.
If cancer has developed in the lining of the lungs then it is pleural mesothelioma. This form of mesothelioma accounts for about 75 percent of the diagnosed cases. This is because many times the asbestos fibers are inhaled and become stuck within the lining of the lungs.
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Military veterans are the ones who are affected most by mesothelioma and they run a higher chance of developing it because of their military service. We support veterans and their families by explaining to them everything they need to know about where exposure took place to the benefits that are available to them.
Finding support is a very important process for those who have been diagnosed with mesothelioma. There are many resources that are available to you, support groups are a great way to find a network of those who have been in similar situations. Connecting with others and opening up can be very helpful.
If you are a caregiver for someone who has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, knowing what lies ahead as well as finding help is very important. There are resources and support options available to you that you may not be aware of. Let us help guide you through this difficult time.
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