Mesothelioma Cancer - Early Detection Technique - New Report by Carmen Endress, M.D. FACR
Dallas, TX (MesotheliomaCancerNews.Com) – Mesothelioma cancer, a malignant form of cancer that is usually diagnosed at its full maturity, leaves no options for the patient and the family of the person inflicted but to count the days that are now numbered due to the illness.
A news report published in Fox Business News states that Carmen Endress, M.D. FACR, Associate Professor of Radiology at Wayne State University and Radiology at the NCVAC, has developed a new tool for “lesions caused by asbestos exposure in three dimensional detail and often at a much earlier stage than that of the current standard radiographic techniques.”
The coordinator at the National Center for Vermiculite and Asbestos-Related Cancers explained the development and the need for such development by saying, “The benefits of this new approach include the possibility of earlier detection; better differentiation between patients with scarring on the lungs and other diseases; assistance in determining why some people who have thickening on the covering of the lungs have uncontrolled, unrelenting pain; and potentially increased success in the overall diagnosis and treatment of asbestos-related disease.”
While such developments would help in early detection and saving the lives of many cancer patients it would also the mesothelioma cancer attorneys to detect fraud in case of mesothelioma cancer compensation cases.Online Cancer News Legal News Distribution - mesotheliomacancernews.com
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