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Mesothelioma Treatment

Mesothelioma treatment typically involves a combination of surgery, chemotherapy and radiation. However, the choice of a mesothelioma treatment path is dependent upon the type of mesothelioma, the stage of the disease, and the health of the individual.

Surgery by itself is not considered optimal and the practice of combining surgery with either chemotherapy, radiation, or both has gained acceptance as the preferred approach to treat mesothelioma. This combination of methods is called “multimodality treatment,” and has shown the most progress of any approach.

There are both curative and palliative surgeries for the different kinds and stages of mesothelioma, including removal of the tumor, the organ lining or the organs themselves. Additional treatment options include participating in a clinical trial, or taking a biological approach, in which the body’s own immune system is used against tumors by stimulating biological response modifiers in a systematic way.

If you or or a family member is working through mesothelioma treatments, contact Simmons Hanly Conroy  for help with your next steps.

Watch the videos below to learn about the different treatment options taken a few of our clients affected by mesothelioma.

Mary Jane

Peritoneal Mesothelioma

Mary Jane, diagnosed with peritoneal mesothelioma, discusses her multimodal treatment plan that involved both surgery and chemotherapy.

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Ernie

Pleural Mesothelioma

Ernie, who was diagnosed with pleural mesothelioma, discusses his multimodal treatment plan that involved both chemotherapy and radiation.

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Brenda

Peritoneal Mesothelioma

Brenda, diagnosed with peritoneal mesothelioma, discusses her multimodal treatment plan that involved both chemotherapy and surgery.

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