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Approximately 3,000 individuals will receive a mesothelioma diagnosis each year in just the United States alone -- 2500 of those victims lose their lives to the disease. Globally, over 43,000 people die from mesothelioma each year.
There are a variety of mesothelioma types that affect the body in different regions. The three most common mesothelioma diagnoses are the heart (pericardial), the abdomen (peritoneal), and the lungs (pleural). Because mesothelioma is such a rare disease, it can be difficult to spread proper awareness and support since not many folks are not properly educated about this type of cancer.
Newcomers and patients alike can also learn everything there is to know about the disease, explore treatment options, stay informed with relevant news in our blog, veteran support, 24/7 online assistance, financial aid, and so much more.
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Jason Vale Armwrestler
Fight with Cancer and the System