Mesothelioma Guide

Mesothelioma is a very rare form of cancer which forms in the lungs and lines the stomach, heart, and other organs. Years of research have revealed that it is the result of direct contact and inhalation of particles in asbestos. Cancerous (malignant) mesothelioma is the most common form.

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Mesothelioma Disease

If you feel you may have been exposed to asbestos, whether it was just briefly or over a period of time, then it is very important to begin learning about the steps to take in identifying the symptoms associated with mesothelioma, and how it can be treated. Among other things, you should immediately consult your family doctor. Nothing you find online, in print or elsewhere can be as beneficial to you than a case by case study by your own doctor who can better determine the actual exposure to asbestos based on your particular physical history and symptoms.

This web site was created to help you determine the problems, symptoms, treatments for this disease and your legal rights when it comes to prosecuting any responsible parties that may be involved in contributing to your exposure of this condition. We will constantly monitor the changes in regulations and laws regarding asbestos use and legal matters involving mesothelioma cases, but please consult either a professional when concerned with health and or legal matters. Do not rely solely on the information found here. Take the time to see a doctor and lawyer if you believe you have been exposed to asbestos or are at risk of having mesothelioma.

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Diagnose the Condition

Due to the fact that symptoms of mesothelioma are similar to those of a number of other conditions, it is often very difficult to diagnose the condition with certainty. Upon visiting your doctor, the diagnostic process often begins with a review of the patient's medical history. More...


Medical Treatment

After diagnosis, it has been found that on average patients leaving the condition untreated or those using only traditional forms of therapy have a survival rate of just 6 to 12 months. This is a example of how serious it is to seek medical treatment immediately. More...


Patients Resources

Resources for Mesothelioma Patients including news and information about the diagnosis, symptoms and treatment of mesothelioma. Malignant mesothelioma treatments, traditional and new treatment options, mesothelioma doctors and hospitals. More...

Mesothelioma Settlements

According to a study by the RAND Corporation (, in the United States, the average mesothelioma-related settlement was $1 million dollars. For cases that go to trial, awards averaged $6 million dollars. Persons found to have asbestos-related diseases and cancers may be entitled to substantial monetary damages from the asbestos manufacturers.

Recovering Damages

Under most state laws, persons with asbestos-related diseases may sue asbestos manufacturers to recover money damages for their injuries. It has been proven that the asbestos manufacturers knew since the 1920s that asbestos exposure was highly hazardous to humans, yet suppressed that information making huge profits by selling products containing asbestos.

Statute of Limitations

If you have an asbestos-related disease or cancer, such as mesothelioma or asbestosis, you may be entitled to substantial damages. Because the law imposes limitations, which vary from state to state, you have a limited amount of time to file a lawsuit. If you are interested in pursuing a case, you should speak with an attorney about your legal rights as soon as possible.

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The effort put forth in this website is dedicated to Nicholas J. Cino, Army Corporal Veteran, died at age 79 in July of 2012.
Cino was diagnosed in 2011 with Pulmonary Fibrosis, a clinically similar condition to Asbestosis.