Diagnosing mesothelioma in its earlier stages can help provide a wider range of treatment options, so it’s important that once you’ve been diagnosed, you start looking for a mesothelioma specialist.
If you detect early symptoms of pleural mesothelioma, such as shortness of breath or chest and lower back pain, consult your primary care physician. He or she will perform preliminary tests and, if cancer is suspected, refer you to an oncologist. The oncologist, or cancer specialist will use a number of diagnostic tools to accurately confirm the mesothelioma diagnosis, including blood tests, imaging tests and biopsies to investigate cancerous growths.
Symptoms of pleural mesothelioma may include:
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