Mesothelioma or asbestos cancer takes at least several decades for a cancer to develop due to exposure. This issue of "several decades" is a clue and also a good news in that you can theoretically delay such asbestos cancer from developing in your life time. Most of the public has a misconception that once the asbestos is lodged in your lung, you will have a cancer, and it needs a certain incubation period of a decade or so.
The good news is to understand how an asbestos cancer can develop into a cancer and find ways to delay them indefinitely. When an asbestos is lodged in your lung, physical removal is an impossibility in most cases. Once an asbestos is permanently lodged, it causes an inflammation as well as your susceptibility to sickness because the place where it lodges it allows bacteriaand viruses to enter your system much easier as it reduces barrier which protects from such entry. This means that the ease at which the pathogens can enter the body is made easier with the lodging of asbestos in the lungs. This causes inflammation and raises the body's immune system, thus exhausting it. Over the course of a decade or so once the body's immune system is reduced then cancer is struck. Therefore, the cause of this condition can be prevented by raising your body's defense system and immune system.
Thus, increasing the body's defense system such as eating food high in silicon such as oatmeal of one or two cups, taking zinc supplements, selenium and alkalizing the body such as citric acid and sodium bicarbonate will help delay or possibly reverse the onset of the asbestos cancer. One good news is if you are already expose to this you can possibly delay such onset.
IN addition to previous postings, taking baby aspirin regularly will remove the inflammation in the lungs and this should also help delay or possibly reverse the conditions as aspirins have both anti-inflammatory properties as well as anti-cancer properties, assuming of course that there is a close relationship between cancer and certain cancer causing viruses.
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