South Florida mesothelioma cancer lawyer, Susan Ramsey, recognizes overwhelming amounts of people diagnosed with lung cancer. Ramsey discusses a new study to treat secondary exposure to asbestos.
Alarmed Florida mesothelioma lawyer, Susan Ramsey with Gary Roberts and Associates, P.A., explains a study to investigate a combination of chemotherapy and radiation treatment for mesothelioma cancer. Pleural mesothelioma is caused by the inhalation of asbestos. The particles attach to the lining of the lungs and form cancerous tumors and deposits. The success of this cancer treatment may provide give asbestos treatment centers the mesothelioma drugs they so desperately need to treat various mesothelioma stages. The patient avoids an intensive surgery and the radiation kills the mesothelioma asbestos cancer cells while sparing other parts of the lung and surrounding vital tissues.
Dedicated mesothelioma lawyer, Susan Ramsey, details the specifics of the process:
• The study will consider patients who have not had recent radiation therapy or chemotherapy and have not received prior Alimta chemotherapy.
• Patients enrolled receive several rounds of targeted chemotherapy using the drugs cisplatin and doxorubicin.
• All patients will receive targeted radiotherapy using the P-32 radioisotope. Patients may elect to receive additional surgical treatment, including removal of the affected lung lining or lung.
The skilled West Palm Beach, Florida law firm of Gary Roberts and Associates, P.A., advocates strongly for victims of mesothelioma cancer and other asbestos related conditions. Ms. Ramsey suggests contacting a mesothelioma lawyer to determine if you or a loved one has developed lung cancer, advanced forms of mesothelioma cancer or have been victimized by asbestos exposure.
Contributor: Susan B. Ramsey, product liability lawyer skilled in many areas of civil litigation including, mesothelioma cancer claims, lung cancer cases and other asbestos related lawsuits.
Gary Roberts & Associates, P.A.
1675 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd.
561 686 1800
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