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Addressing Mesothelioma The mineral asbestos remains to be the primary cause of mesothelioma disease, and has been widely used industrially for many thousands of years as its quality that makes it resistant to burning makes it an ideal choice as an insulator in most construction materials. However, the potentially fatal consequences of prolonged exposure to it was not discovered until the 20th century after cases of deaths from lung related diseases continue to rise noticeably in asbestos mining towns, which prompted investigations and studies that showed the presence of the mineral in the patients’ lungs after dying from extensive lung fibrosis. As the numbers of cases increase especially among people that have long worked in factories that use asbestos and commonly showed signs of lung fibrosis, more studies were facilitated and further confirmed the toxicity of the mineral in human health. However, the thousands of years that this effect was unidentified means that there is already a large number of people that already have prolonged exposure, which consequently resulted to at least 100,000 cases of deaths from the millions of exposure, a number which only started to decrease after governments recognized the cause and mandated laws to protect workers, with some laws even completely banning its use. Although diseases that have been caused by prolonged exposure to the asbestos mineral has been cumulatively known as asbestosis, mesothelioma has become the most common type, and by far the deadliest as it targets the lungs and tends to spread to the heart and stomach and become malignant. In the US, the government has already provided healthcare assistance to patients that were identified to have been exposed to asbestos through their work, while there are also private institutions that also help to identify the presence of asbestos in homes and work places, especially in older structures that were built prior to the discovery of the link between the mineral and certain lung diseases.
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Symptoms of mesothelioma widely consist of lung related manifestations such as pain in the chest wall, fatigue, coughing up blood, wheezing, shortness of breath, anemia, cough, weight loss, and in worst cases, the presence of tumor masses and eventual collapse of the lungs. Fortunately today, as we continue to advance in technology, better methods have been developed already to make early detection possible and treatments more efficient to increase mesothelioma survival rates, which tends to decrease significantly when identified late as once a tumor has developed, it can quickly spread to nearby organs.
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Many governments today have organized helplines for people afflicted with mesothelioma, which not only has made it easier to find support and treatment information, but can also direct patients in the right track when trying to seek for legal help, especially for medical compensation, a helpline that people with a history of exposure can call even before mesothelioma symptoms start to appear to increase their chances of being cured.