Mesothelioma Cancer – Pleural Mesothelioma Cancer

Author: Williams Smith

By Williams Smith
In most cases patients suffering from mesothelioma cancer rarely manifest symptoms at the early stage. However, the symptoms surfaces from 10 to 50 years after initial exposure to asbestos particles. This is what makes it extremely hard to detect the problem before it get late, which is one reason why mesothelioma cancer patient has such an unfortunate high fatality rate.
There are many types of mesothelioma cancer that are associated with exposure to asbestos fibers such as pleural mesothelioma cancer, peritoneal mesothelioma cancer, pericardial mesothelioma cancer and testicular mesothelioma cancer. Pleural mesothelioma cancer is the most common type of mesothelioma cancer, is a condition that affects the lungs, specifically the pleura, which is a protective membrane. This particular cancer is responsible for about 75% of all mesothelioma cancer cases.
In the United States, about 2,300 patients are diagnosed with some form of mesothelioma cancer. Unfortunately most of these patients were not even aware that anything was wrong with them until it was too late.
The symptoms vary depending on the type of mesothelioma cancer. Mesothelioma cancer that affects the pleura named as pleural mesothelioma cancer can cause these symptoms: Chest wall pain, Pleural effusion, or fluid surrounding the lung, Shortness of breath, Fatigue or anemia, Wheezing, hoarseness, or cough.
Do not hesitate to consult your doctor as soon as possible when you have been expose to asbestos fibers, care for your health because health is wealth. It may be less expensive to treat mesothelioma cancer at its early stage. So do the right thing at the right time.

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