Seeking Treatment For Mesothelioma

Many have seen the mesothelioma commercials on television. They talk about what may have happened for you to contract the disease, but they do not say much about what the disease is, or its treatment. The Los Angeles lawyers at DeBlase Brown Eyerly LLP want you to know the symptoms of this disease, and possible treatment options.

Information is a powerful tool that can be used in any situation. We strive to help you recognize the health issues you or a loved one may be experiencing if you have been exposed to asbestos. Read on to learn the latest treatments your physician may use for a mesothelioma diagnosis.

Most Common Mesothelioma Symptoms

While everyone often calls it by its popular name, mesothelioma is actually an extremely dangerous form of lung cancer. People often get this form of lung cancer not from smoking, but through the inhalation of asbestos. Even though asbestos has been greatly reduced in industry for years now, there are places where asbestos still remain, such as old attics, shops, buildings, and schools, which can cause unaware people serious illness.

Mesothelioma causes its victims to suffer just about everything you can put a lung through, including:

  • Fluid in the pleura
  • Chest pain
  • Exhaustion
  • Frequent coughing
  • Breathing issues
  • Fatigue or dizziness

If you believe you have been exposed to asbestos at any time in your life and are experiencing any of these symptoms, contact a doctor immediately. The sooner you begin getting treatment, the sooner you can start fighting the disease. There are treatments available for some types of mesothelioma, but you have to visit a doctor to know your options.

Possible Medical Treatment Options

Receiving diagnosis for mesothelioma is difficult to deal with and the condition is hard to treat. Though there is no cure for mesothelioma yet, the medical treatment may include a combination of surgery, radiation and chemotherapy. Targeted drug therapy, immunotherapy and electric field device treatment may also be used. Other supportive treatments are aimed at relieving symptoms and possibly improving a patient’s life expectancy.

What To Do Next

If you have received a diagnosis of mesothelioma, you deserve compensation for your illness. We at the California firm of DeBlase Brown Eyerly LLP are ready to help you fight for the compensation you deserve for your illness. contact us. Call us at 310-243-6607, or email us here to schedule your initial consultation for your best possible compensation today.