If you or someone you know is suffering from Mesothelioma Cancer, don’t miss this book. Paul Kraus was diagnosed with Mesothelioma Cancer in June of 1997. He was given only a few months to live. Paul wasn’t ready to give up. Working with his doctors, Paul created his own treatment regimen which healed his mesothelioma. Twelve years after being told his life would end in a matter of weeks, Paul is alive and lively.Â If you are a newly diagnosed mesothelioma patient, you are eligible to receive a free copy of, Surviving Mesothelioma and Other Cancers: A Patient’s Guide, by Paul Kraus.
Mesothelioma is a cancer of the lining of the major organs in your body.Â Working with asbestos, being exposed to and breathing asbestos dust, is the number one risk factor for contracting mesothelioma.Â Those most at risk of contracting the disease are: electricians, plumbers, pipe-fitters, construction workers, auto mechanics, navy sailors, anyone who worked in, on, around or with asbestos.Â Mesothelioma is difficult to diagnose because the symptoms mimic so many other diseases.Â In addition, it can take anywhere from 10 to 40 years, sometimes even longer, for asbestos-related conditions to manifest themselves.
The symptoms of pleural mesothelioma include: shortness of breath and chest pain due to an accumulation of fluid in the pleura. Peritoneal mesothelioma symptoms include weight loss, abdominal pain and swelling due to fluid build-up in the abdomen; bowel obstruction, blood clots; anemia; and fever. If the cancer spreads beyond the mesothelium (lining of the organs) to other parts of the body an assortment of other symptoms come into play as well.
Like all cancers, the treatment methods available vary widely and depend greatly on the health and age of the patient.Â If you are suffering any of the above symptoms and have a history of working with asbestos, or if you have already been diagnosed with Mesothelioma Cancer — or any other cancer — Surviving Mesothelioma and Other Cancers: A Patient’s Guide, by Paul Kraus offers hope for healing and an active future. Visit the website and check it out.
5 thoughts on “Surviving Mesothelioma and Other Cancers: A Patient’s Guide, by Paul Kraus”
I will keep this mind… I actually WAS exposed to asbestos early in my sheet metal career…
Melli — yeah, I thought of you when I read this and stopped and said a prayer.
My whole family has (well most *had*) cancer. This is the kind of story I love, and information I look for. Thanks!
Susan — mine, too.
I have a friend undergoing Chemo for breast cancer right now. I just wish she had some fight in her. I’m so afraid she is going to just lay down and die. 🙁
Comments are closed.