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Mesothelioma Treatment

Conventional cancer treatments have not been very successful with Mesothelioma.  Life expectancy after diagnosis may be as short as six months or as long as a couple years.  Typically, Mesothelioma metastasis from the mesothelial surface to other organs and through the lymph system.

Surgery in combination with pre-surgical and post-surgical treatments have shown a five year survival rate of a disappointing 10%.  Mesothelioma tumors have shown themselves to be highly resistant to chemo and radiotherapies.

Immunotherapy involving interferon has proven somewhat successful with a number of patients experiencing a significant reduction in tumor size.  Newer drugs such as ranpirnase and others have shown to extend the lives of Mesothelioma patients.  Today, several research facilities continue to investigate new and better Mesothelioma treatments.


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