Mesothelioma chemotherapy options may be a viable option for patients who are not candidates of surgery or other forms of mesothelioma treatment. This therapy is used to target and destroy cancerous cells preventing them from multiplying. Chemotherapy treatments for mesothelioma are not a curative treatment but it can help with the following:

  • Stop the spreading or slowing the growth of cancerous cells
  • A presurgery procedure (i.e., shrink tumors)
  • A post-surgery option (i.e., destroy leftover tumors/cancerous cells)
  • Eliminate some symptoms including pain

Mesothelioma Chemotherapy Options

Mesothelioma chemotherapy options can be taken orally or injected into a vein or muscle. Depending on the type and stage of the mesothelioma cancer, a combination of anticancer drugs may be administered. Usually mesothelioma chemotherapy can be given at a hospital, clinic or at home. However, it is highly recommended to speak with your doctor first to learn what is best for your situation.

Alike other drugs, mesothelioma chemotherapy options can be expensive and may involve side effects. This will depend on the type of drugs and the doses used. Make sure you consult with your doctor before undergoing mesothelioma chemotherapy to learn of possible side effects that may occur during the treatment. It is also important to contact a quality Georgia Mesothelioma lawyer who can pursue compensation to cover for all of your medical treatments and expenses.

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Contact Buck Law Firm to speak with litigation attorney Robert C. Buck, for effective mesothelioma representation in Georgia. Our firm has helped numerous mesothelioma victims pursue financial compensation for medical costs, pain and suffering, and other expenses. Whether you're in the metro Atlanta area, Sandy Springs or anywhere in the state of Georgia, contact us today to schedule a free consultation.