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Mesothelioma and Depression

A battle against cancer is one of the most challenging experiences we can endure, but you are not alone. Millions of people have successfully recovered from mesothelioma, and doctors research new treatment options every day. But there is one battlefront some people overlook: many people experience depression during or after their battle.

Up to a quarter of all people suffer from some form of depression. Depression can weaken the immune system, increase fatigue, and make it more difficult to focus on your own wellbeing and treatment program. Researchers who work with cancer patients have noticed that patients who resign themselves to their depression are likelier to give up the fight.

However, those who take steps to help their depression are likelier to beat their cancer successfully. By seeking the help of mental health professionals, you can begin a program of medication and psychotherapy to help you overcome depression and focus your efforts on getting well.

The lung cancer mesothelioma is almost exclusively associated with exposure to asbestos, and most asbestos exposure happens in the workplace. If you have developed mesothelioma, and formerly worked in an environment that may have had asbestos, your employer may be liable for your unnecessary pain and suffering.

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To learn more about how you can receive damages for your medical bills and suffering, talk to a compassionate mesothelioma and asbestos lawyer from the law office of Williams-Kherkher. With their help, you can eliminate your medical bills and focus your attention on getting well.

Contact the experienced mesothelioma lawyers of Williams-Kherkher today at 800-781-3955.

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