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What Should We Do in Stage 1 Mesothelioma Cancer








Stage 1 Mesothelioma
Stage 1 mesothelioma is the initial stage of the disease, which is a tumor that has not spread to other parts of the body. Very few cases of mesothelioma are caught in Stage 1, but cases that usually live for about 21 months or longer.

Like other cancers, mesothelioma is categorized as a four-level staging system that shows the severity and progression of the disease. In Stage 1, mesothelioma has begun to develop, and usually individuals have very few symptoms.



Stage 1 Definition of Mesothelioma
Three staging systems used to classify mesothelioma have the same definition, but are slightly different, at stage 1 mesothelioma:

1. Butchart system
The tumor is on one side and is confined to one mesothelium area. Can also be found in the diaphragm, but only on one side.

2. TNM system
The tumor is on one side of the pleura or pericardium only and may have spread to the lungs or diaphragm on the same side. There is no involvement of lymph nodes.

3. Brigham system
This tumor can be operated for removal. Catching the disease in Phase 1 is rare, because the latency period is very long.

Stage 1 is sometimes separated into Phase 1a and Phase 1b, depending on the mesothelium layer of the developing disease.

Symptoms of Stage 1 Mesothelioma
In most cases, symptoms of Stage 1 mesothelioma are relatively small, because the tumor has not begun to spread. In the later stages of this disease, symptoms will become clearer.

The most common symptoms of mesothelioma Stage 1 are: body aches, coughing and shortness of breath, general discomfort in the chest, and fever.

Prognosis of Stage 1 Mesothelioma
Of the four stages of mesothelioma, the first stage has the best prognosis, although it can still have a very poor prognosis. Life expectancy of patients diagnosed with stage 1 mesothelioma is usually 21 months or more.

The actual life expectancy of certain mesothelioma patients can very much depend on their specific diagnosis, including cell type (histology), location, and tumor size, as well as the patient's gender, age, and environmental risk factors.

Stage 1 Mesothelioma Treatment Options
With Stage 1 mesothelioma, treatment can be more aggressive, because the disease at an early stage and patients generally have better overall health. In such cases, treatment plans often involve a multimodal approach that includes joint surgery with chemotherapy and / or radiation.

Palliative care is usually not the first form of treatment for Stage 1. However, in cases where palliative therapy is considered necessary, this treatment can provide relief from symptoms by reducing discomfort and pain.







Surgery
Surgery is a good choice for many Stage 1 mesothelioma patients. Most commonly, this involves removing the lining of the lungs or stomach where the tumor develops.

Chemotherapy
Chemotherapy Mesothelioma destroys rapidly growing cancer cells. This kills cancer left behind after surgery, helping reduce the risk of overall recurrence.

Radiation
Radiation therapy helps to inhibit the spread of mesothelioma cells, and usually results in positive results for Stage I mesothelioma patients.

Experimental Care and Clinical Test
In Stage 1, mesothelioma patients are generally good candidates to participate in clinical trials. Some experimental treatments tested in these trials - such as immunotherapy, cryotherapy, and gene therapy - have proven to be very effective with patients who have early stage mesothelioma.

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