Stage 4 Mesothelioma is the final stage of the Mesothelioma
disease. By the time a patient has entered Stage 4, the malignant mesothelioma
tumors have spread to different parts of the body, away from the origin of the
condition, in a process known as metastasis. Locations vary, but the cancer
tends to spread to organs such as the brain and spine, as well as the lymph
Stage 4 Mesothelioma is difficult to treat, as there are
limited viable treatments and patients may not be suitable for surgery because
they are often too weak for invasive procedures.
While Stage 4 Mesothelioma
more often than not results in a terminal diagnosis, because of the great advancements
in palliative care, it is possible to have a good quality of life. Many patients
are able to survive for many years after being given their prognosis. Of
course, the life...
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