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When diagnosed with mesothelioma, the prognosis is usually poor, as there is no cure for the disease, and typically it is discovered at a late stage of development. Generally, the earlier mesothelioma is diagnosed, the better prognosis a patient has.

 The following additional factors can have a significant impact on the prognosis of mesothelioma. A good doctor should be able to give you an honest assessment when all have been identified and considered.

  • The cell type and location of the tumor(s) 
  • Whether the disease has spread (metastasized) 
  • Overall health of the individual 
  • Age of the individual at diagnosis

Surviving Mesothelioma

While prognosis is generally poor, there is still hope of survival. For example, Heather Von St. James is a 10-year mesothelioma survivor who has become an advocate for mesothelioma awareness and an outspoken proponent of banning asbestos. Other mesothelioma survivors have shared their stories, which can inspire those who have mesothelioma.

Types of Mesothelioma

There are two ways to categorize the type of mesothelioma a person has. The first is by where the tumors are found in the body. (Pleural mesothelioma is found in the lungs, peritoneal mesothelioma is found in the abdomen, and percardial mesothelioma is found in the heart. The second way to categorize mesothelioma is by the three types of possible cell structure the cancer may have: (epithelioid, sarcomatoid, or biphasic).

Mesothelioma is most commonly classified by the location in the body where it develops. Specifically, the cancer forms in the lining of certain organs or spaces within the body, known as the mesothelium. Mesothelioma typically develops in one of three specific areas.