It’s Your Prognosis.
Take Action to Improve It.

A mesothelioma prognosis is the overall outlook for a specific patient. You control certain factors that influence your prognosis. We can guide you along the way.

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    Understand Mesothelioma
    Getting informed about mesothelioma helps you better understand this cancer and how to overcome challenges. Learn how mesothelioma affects the body and how your choices will impact life expectancy.
    Learn More About Mesothelioma
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    Receive the Best Treatment
    Learn how chemotherapy, surgery and radiation treatments may improve your prognosis and help you live a longer life. Mesothelioma treatments can also ease symptoms and manage pain.
    Discover Treatment Options
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    Locate a Top Specialist
    The first step to improving your prognosis is working with an experienced mesothelioma specialist. Don’t be afraid to seek a second opinion. Doctors with knowledge and experience in this field will tailor treatment based on your specific diagnosis and situation.
    View Top Mesothelioma Doctors
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    Explore Financial Help Options
    There are ways to supplement the high costs of mesothelioma treatment and care. Learn about legal options such as lawsuits and asbestos trust funds as well as travel grants and VA claims.
    Understand Your Financial Options
Vanessa Blanco, patient advocate for the Mesothelioma Prognosis Network
About The Mesothelioma Prognosis Network
The Mesothelioma Prognosis Network has assisted mesothelioma patients and their families since 2015. For nearly a decade, certified Oncology Patient Navigator Vanessa Blanco has helped those affected by mesothelioma get the resources they need to improve their outlook and fight this rare cancer.

Services We Provide to Patients and Families

No one should battle mesothelioma alone. We’re here to provide free information and resources to patients and their loved ones to make their journey a little more manageable.

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