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A new study from cancer researchers at North Carolina’s Wake Forest University reports that undergoing cytoreductive surgery (CRS) and hyperthermic intraperitoneal chemotherapy (HIPEC) can improve the lives of those suffering from peritoneal mesothelioma by controlling the buildup of fluid in ...
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An announcement made last week has the mesothelioma community abuzz over a clinical trial that brings the possibility of a cure one step closer to reality. Due to a surprise donati ...

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Once again the European Union has taken the lead in medical care by granting orphan status to a drug touted as bringing a new treatment option to patients with mesothelioma. On Jun ...

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Many people who lose a loved one to mesothelioma take the time to mourn, but then they get on with their lives. Not Chris Knighton. After her husband died from mesothelioma, Chris ...

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Researchers at the University of Hawaii Cancer Center are well known for their groundbreaking research into the causes of mesothelioma, and for finding novel treatments to battle t ...

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