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What is Mesothelioma?

Mesothelioma is a relatively uncommon type of cancer that is primarily linked to previous exposure to asbestos. Although symptoms may take several decades to appear, typically ranging from 20 to 40 years, diagnoses continue to be made today due to the widespread usage of asbestos across various industries globally.

This aggressive form of cancer usually targets the protective lining covering internal organs, most commonly affecting the lungs, although instances involving the abdominal cavity are less frequent. United State's high prevalence of mesothelioma cases can be attributed to extensive use of asbestos in local building materials, products, and mining operations spanning multiple decades.

People who come into contact with minute quantities of asbestos generally don't go on to develop mesothelioma. Nonetheless, anyone concerned about their vulnerability should consult their general practitioner for guidance and support.

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