Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Mesothelioma Treatment Options for US Navy Veterans Revealed

The Mesothelioma Victims Center says, “Having gone through mesothelioma with a close family member, who was a US Navy Veteran, we understand how devastating a mesothelioma diagnosis can be; we were devastated, too. We had to start from scratch, not knowing anything about mesothelioma. As we have built our mesothelioma victims advocacy initiative over the years, we have dramatically expanded the number of free services we offer a victim or a family dealing with a mesothelioma diagnosis. If you call us, we will provide free services or advice no one else does. No one ever has to start from scratch again, when it comes to mesothelioma.” The group says, “We think our most unique service right now is a mesothelioma cancer treatment options report. This report starts with local mesothelioma treatment options, starting with the best local doctors, hospitals in the specific area of a mesothelioma victim, and then it expands to include the best instate mesothelioma treatment options, regional mesothelioma treatment options, and then nationally. Each report includes all of the doctors’ names, their specific contacts, or any additional information we think the family needs to know. No other group in the nation has ever offered anything close to this. In addition we also will provide an individual diagnosed with mesothelioma the names of the most skilled, and passionate mesothelioma lawyers in the nation, along with their specific contacts. No other group does this either.” Individuals, US Navy Veterans, or family members dealing with a mesothelioma diagnosis can always call the Mesothelioma Victims Center anytime at 866-714-6466. http://MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

Aside from US Navy Veterans, other high risk groups for mesothelioma cancer include shipyard, power plant, or oil refinery workers, plumbers, electricians, county, or city municipal water district workers, miners, demolition construction contractors, railroad workers, or auto brake technicians. The Mesothelioma Victims Center says, “We are becoming increasingly worried about retired electricians, plumbers and especially city or county water works employees, and mesothelioma. If these individuals were working in the 1950′s, 1960′s, or 1970′s, they were probably exposed to enormous levels of asbestos on their job sites. City or county water works employees could have been exposed to asbestos pipes up until the early 1990′s.” They say, “One thing we really want families to understand is mesothelioma cancer does not typically show up until the Navy Veteran or US citizen is in their 60′s, and more often than not their 70′s, or 80′s. Frequently mesothelioma is diagnosed three, four, or even five decades after the exposure to asbestos.” http://MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com