Mesothelioma is quite rare, but aggressive cancer develops in the lining of the lungs, abdomen or heart. The most common area affected by this cancer is the chest wall, and the rare area is the lining of the abdomen. According to one research, more than 80% of Mesothelioma cancer happens due to exposure to asbestos. Greater the exposure, higher the risk to the patient.

Year by year, cases where patients facing this cancer is increasing. According to Asbestos- the Mesothelioma Center, each year, almost 3,000 new cases of Mesothelioma is diagnosed in the US. The rates of death may vary in different parts of the world. More than females, males are the one who faces diagnosis with Mesothelioma cancer. The diagnosis occurs after the age of 65 and deaths usually occurs around 70 years.

Therefore, it is vital to undergo the test and medication in the early stage to get quick medical care quickly. In this detailed article by Ketto, you will get answers to all your questions and doubts about mesothelioma cancer.

Mesothelioma Cancer Explained

As mentioned above, Mesothelioma is aggressive cancer, which attacks men above 60 years in age. Doctors divide this cancer disease into different types based on the part of the body it affects. One such is the Pleural Mesothelioma usually affecting the tissues surrounding the lungs. The development of cancer depends after the person come under the exposure to asbestos fiber. It takes ten to fifty after the exposure where healthy cells mutate and turn into cancer.

These cells further grow into a thin layer of cells lining outside the internal organs — the cancer forms in the lining of the lungs, abdomen, heart and testicles.

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