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Mesothelioma is a deadly disease that afflicts 3,000 people each year and that number is expected to grow in conjunction with the widespread use of asbestos throughout the last century. If you or a loved one is dealing with mesothelioma, your prognosis doesn't have to be impossible.

Massage Therapy as a Treatment: Those victimized by the pain of mesothelioma, a form of lung cancer caused by asbestos exposure, are ideal candidates for massage treatment. Many authorities in rehabilitation and medicine describe massage as being akin to (or a part of) the practice of alternative medicine: while it is not a cure by itself, it most definitely assists more conventional cancer treatments. When combined in such a way, massage and cancer treatments such as chemotherapy or tumor removal have been proven very effective at expediting recovery while decreasing pain.


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Mesothelioma Lung Cancer (Pleural Mesothelioma) is a rare cancer and the primary cause is asbestos exposure. The cancer develops in the mesothelium, which is the thin layer of tissue that lines and protects the chest cavity and other organs as well. While other types of mesothelioma may result from asbestos exposure, pleural mesothelioma is the most common, making up approximately 75 percent of all mesothelioma cases.

Massage Therapy A therapeutic massage is one of the best ways to reduce stress. Not only does it soothe weary muscles, but it promotes a sense of relaxation. Preliminary studies show that it may also enhance the immune system. In some cases, insurance companies pay for therapeutic massage. You can also take advantage of these treatments as much as necessary.

In addition to relieving stress, massage can also help reduce pain by prompting relaxation of the muscles. Studies show it helps migraines and other forms of acute and chronic pain.

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