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Mesothelioma: Medical and legal information on asbestos related diseases from the Mesothelioma Center - malignant mesothelioma, asbestos related lung cancer, and asbestosis - Your source for mesothelioma information and news, including treatments for malignant pleural mesothelioma, clinical trials for peritoneal mesothelioma, asbestos related lung cancer, asbestosis (asbestoses), and mesothelioma support information.

  • http://www.mesotheliomacenter.org/about/about-mesothelioma.php Malignant Mesothelioma (Asbestos Cancer) > The Mesothelioma Center - Malignant Mesothelioma, or 'asbestos cancer,' is the most serious of all asbestos-related diseases. Mesothelioma is a rare form of cancer in which malignant cells are found in the sac lining of the chest (pleura) or abdomen (peritoneum). Virtually all cases of malignant mesothelioma are attributable to asbestos exposure; two-thirds of diagnosed cases are malignant pleural mesothelioma or MPM, affecting the lining of the lungs or pleural lining.
  • http://www.mesotheliomacenter.org/about/pleural-mesothelioma.php Pleural Mesothelioma - Pleural Mesothelioma is the most common type of mesothelioma, making up some 70% of diagnosed cases. However, mesothelioma is overall quite rare. Getting a diagnosis, managing symptoms, and recieving treatment for pleural mesothelioma requires specialized knowledge, but there is hope.
  • http://www.mesotheliomacenter.org/about/pleura.php Pleura Mesothelioma, Pleural Mesothelioma, Pleural Effusions, pleural thickening, pleural tumors, cancer of the pleura - Understanding Mesothelioma pluera plueral - Surrounding the lungs and allowing them unencumbered movement, the pleura is a thin serous membrane lubricated by pleural fluid. Excess fluid build up can cause pleural effusions; cancer of the pleura is known and pleural mesothelioma.
  • http://www.mesotheliomacenter.org/about/peritoneal-mesothelioma.php Peritoneal Mesothelioma (Abdominal Mesothelioma) - Symptoms, Diagnosis, & Treatments [para-tin-e-al meso-theel-e-oh-mah] - Peritoneal Mesothelioma is less commonly diagnosed that pleural mesothelioma, appearing in only 30% of diagnosed cases, some 100 to 500 cases annually. This deadly cancer arises out of the peritoneum; a thin, sac-like membrane that surrounds the abdominal cavity and the organs there.
  • http://www.mesotheliomacenter.org/about/mesothelioma-symptoms.php Mesothelioma Symptoms > The Mesothelioma Center - Common symptoms of Mesothelioma are shortness of breath, pleural effusion, pain in the chest, or pain or swelling in the abdomen. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, and have been exposed to asbestos, you should see a doctor immediately.
  • http://www.mesotheliomacenter.org/about/mesothelioma-diagnosis.php Mesothelioma Diagnosis > The Mesothelioma Center - Diagnosing mesothelioma is a challenge. Symptoms are often vague and because mesothelioma is rare, it often doesn't come to many doctor's minds. However, like many cancer, and early diagnosis is an important factor in treatments and survival.
  • http://www.mesotheliomacenter.org/treatment/ Mesothelioma Treatment > The Mesothelioma Center - Treating mesothelioma effectively means finding the right specialists, newest medical advances, and getting the information and support you need to decide on the best course of action. Learn more about mesothelioma treatments.
  • http://www.mesotheliomacenter.org/treatment/surgery/ Mesothelioma Surgery - Pleurectomy, Decortication, Extrapleural Pneumonectomy, Biopsy, Pleurodesis - Mesothelioma Treatment Options - Mesothelioma surgery can provide pain relief and serve some curative puposes. Surgical procedures used to treat mesothelioma include a pleurectomy, pneumonectomy, and an extra-pleural pneumonectomy. Learn more about mesothelioma surgeries. The extent of surgical intervention in mesothelioma is often guided by how advanced the tumor involvement is.
  • http://www.mesotheliomacenter.org/treatment/gene-therapy/articles.php Gene Therapy > Mesothelioma Treatment Options > The Mesothelioma Center - While there is no known cure for asbestosis and other asbestos-related diseases, there are a number of treatments available to ease the progress and pain of the disease.
  • http://www.mesotheliomacenter.org/clinical_trials/mesothelioma.php Mesothelioma Clinical Trials > The Mesothelioma Center - The government and other research organizations offer clinical trials to test new medicines on patients suffering from diseases such as mesothelioma and lung cancer.
  • http://www.mesotheliomacenter.org/about/about-asbestos.php About Asbestos > The Mesothelioma Center - Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral used to provide strength and heat resistence in a wide variety of applications. The asbestos industry exposed unknowing workers for years to the extrememly fibrous mineral, despite their knowledge of health risks strongly associated with asbestos exposure.
  • http://www.mesotheliomacenter.org/about/asbestos-materials.php Asbestos Building Materials > The Mesothelioma Center - Asbestos has been used to add strength, heat and electrical insulation, and as a light-weight filler. While it had these qualities going for it, it's most appealing quality to companies was asbestos' cheap price. The types of materials asbestos was used in varied widely, and in many cases, it was not a necessary addition.
  • http://www.mesotheliomacenter.org/about/asbestos-products.php Asbestos Products>The Mesothelioma Center - Asbestos has been used in a variety of products; virtually anyone who has inhaled asbestos is at risk for developing cancer. The list of products containing asbestos gives an indication of the extensive use asbestos has had over the last century.
  • http://www.mesotheliomacenter.org/support/ Mesothelioma Support > The Mesothelioma Center - Coping with disease is never easy, but there are a number of online resources available to help people diagnosed with mesothelioma, lung and other cancers to become more educated on their condition and the emotional and financial issues surrounding it.
  • http://www.mesotheliomacenter.org/support/mesothelioma-diagnosis.php Mesothelioma Diagnosis > Mesothelioma Support > The Mesothelioma Center - Diagnosis of any cancer is extremely difficult for both the person with cancer and the people who love them. But a cancer diagnosis does not mean you are entirely without power. There are a number of resources available for individuals and families to help to cope with the diagnosis of cancer and its ramifications.
  • http://www.mesotheliomacenter.org/support/network.php Building a Support Network > Mesothelioma Support > The Mesothelioma Center - When you are diagnosed with a cancer like mesothelioma, having the support of friends, family and others who are going through similar experiences can be critical to coping with the emotions and situations that arise. Talking about your disease is an important part of this process. Fortunately, there are a vast array of support resources available that allow cancer patients to share their stories, increase their mutual understanding and draw strength. These include private counseling, regional group counseling, online support groups, and the details you need to find the support group to best suit you.
  • http://www.mesotheliomacenter.org/support/mesothelioma-support.php Support Groups > The Mesothelioma Center - There are a number of national and local support groups available to people diagnosed with mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases. They provide educational programs, counseling and open the lines of communication, easing the burden for individuals suffering from these life-threatening diseases.
  • http://www.mesotheliomacenter.org/support/mesothelioma-treatment.php Deciding on Treatment > Mesothelioma Support > The Mesothelioma Center - There are a number of resources available to individuals who need to make decisions about and cope with treatment for cancers such as lung cancer or mesothelioma.
  • http://www.mesotheliomacenter.org/support/practical-matters.php Handling Practical Matters > Mesothelioma Support > The Mesothelioma Center - In addition to emotional support, there is information available on how to navigate through the complexities of the health care system, dealing with financial decisions related to your disease, and simply coping with everyday life.
  • http://www.mesotheliomacenter.org/support/sharing-hope.php Sharing Hope > Mesothelioma Support > The Mesothelioma Center - While dealing with cancer can be overwhelming at times, patients across the country convey a strong sense of hope, and have shared their stories online. Consider visiting these resources for the times you might need a little extra inspiration.

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  • Jeremy Lockhart - Great shoes

    These shoes are fantastic. Great fit. True to size. Break in extremely fast. Very comfortable shoe. I hope Nike makes the 2015 flex run similar to the 2013 and not the slim flimsy 2014 model.

  • Jay Burgos - STAY AWAY!!!

    Very bad. I purchased this because I loved Music Maker Jam on my phone (which is laggy, clumsy and crashes a lot). This software is the worst I have owned. Performance is bad most of the time. Lags like crazy, audio stutters and crackles. You could make an argument that it is maybe my PC, but so many others run much smoother (Sony Acid, Mixcraft Pro, Reason Essentials, Cubase Elements). Overall it feels unpolished. Dont buy. Save your money and buy an entry version of Cubase, Reason or Live. I also own Samplitude 2016 (also by Magix) and performs equally bad. I never could resolve some installation issues of some plug-ins, tech support couldnt figure it out. STAY AWAY FROM MAGIX!!!!

  • Batey - I love these even though they don't last that long

    This is so cool and lets me hold my bottle of polish and tilted as needed when I'm running low. This is my second one of these and they lose their shape quite quickly around the finger and won't stay on. I don't know if that's because I use it so much in the salon or not

  • Trisha H - Black licorice smell

    My son had terrible tummy troubles when he was under a year old. So in desperation I ordered some of this because I didn't want to keep giving him Mylicon. This stuff smells just like black licorice and is super thick. There is no "hiding the taste" by mixing it in the formula. It's too powerful. I found it was best to mix with water and get baby to drink as much of it as I could. It does help a bit. And now my son loves black licorice. Ha! So in all, it's okay.

  • S Riley - My 14 month old grandaughter loves hers!

    So disappointing! 3 out of 4 ordered did not work! Customer service took care of the problem and we are happy with the product and service.