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I'm ELLEN V., and I'm a survivor of Lung Cancer
My wife did. She has lung cancer that matisticized to her brain like you. She has trouble with what day it is, appointments she has, trouble with walking and her balance. But her brain scans now show that the cancer is gone in the brain. She had 10 radiation treatments. She lost her hair again, but it came back another texture and color.   Read more…

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The map below is intended for New Yorkers who are concerned that they, or their loved ones, risk their lives at work each day by working around asbestos and asbestos-containing products.
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We are a charitable organization supporting the American Cancer Society and Cancer Research Institute. The average age of mesothelioma diagnosis is 60 and symptoms are easily mistaken for less se... more
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Peritoneal mesothelioma accounts for 20% – 25% of all mesothelioma cases. It is the most common diagnosis after pleural mesothelioma. Peritoneal patients have longer life expectancies than those wi... more

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Eating can be challening while on treatment. Eat when you have the biggest appetite and eat plenty of protein and calories when you can. This help you keep up your strength and helps rebuild tissues harmed by cancer treatment.

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