Mesothelioma Hub is your ultimate source for the latest information about mesothelioma and other asbestos-related illnesses. Our mission is to connect mesothelioma patients and their families with the educational, medical, and legal resources they need.
Information for Veterans
Where Did You Serve?
- Though every branch of the military defends our country in their own way, not every branch was as likely to use asbestos. Knowing how and where you served is important in understanding your likeliness to develop mesothelioma.
What Are Your Benefits?
- Veterans who have been diagnosed with mesothelioma are eligible for benefits through the VA. These benefits can help cover medical costs or loss of income. Seeking legal compensation also has no effect on a veteran's benefits.
Learn More About Your Options
Whether you’re looking for treatment options, a legal consult, or just to learn, we have the resources that patients and their families need to sleep at night. Reach out directly to be put in contact with one of our experts or, if you’re not ready yet, you can read more about mesothelioma below.
Treatment for mesothelioma is unique to every individual. This comes from several factors such as the stage of cancer, it’s location in the body, the age of the individual, their health, and more. Familiarizing yourself with the possible treatment options before speaking with a specialist can help ease stress and have a better conversation with your doctor.
Exposure to asbestos, the most common cause of mesothelioma, is almost always the result of negligence from one party. Be it a corporation or property owner who does not disclose their information, if you’ve been exposed to asbestos then you may be eligible for financial compensation through a personal injury or wrongful death claim, or even an asbestos trust.
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Asbestos exposure is not even across every state. Given the carcinogen’s prominence in certain industries, locations that had larger shipyards, industrial warehouses, and even manufacturing plants are more likely to be exposed to asbestos than areas that relied more heavily on agriculture. Learning more about where asbestos is in your state could help when seeking legal action.
How Can We Help?
Symptoms of mesothelioma may include chest pain and respiratory or abdominal issues. It’s easy to mistake these symptoms for other illnesses.
Learn About Your Diagnosis
Find out how doctors diagnose mesothelioma and what to expect as a patient or caregiver during the cancer staging process.
Find Out More About Mesothelioma
If you've just been diagnosed, you may have a lot of questions. Learn more about the causes, types, and stages.
Understand Your Treatment Options
Your treatment options will depend on many factors, including the type of mesothelioma you have and the stage at which you are diagnosed.
Improve Your Prognosis
Learn about the recovery process and lifestyle changes that may help extend and improve your quality of life after treatment.
Get the Latest News and Information
Find out about the latest mesothelioma research, community events, and asbestos-related news and legislation.