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Atypical Mesothelial Hyperplasia

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • September 24, 2006
  • 06:37 AM

Hello, anyone heard of Atypical Mesothilial hyperplasia? Basically hyperplasia of the lung lining meso tissue. Often its due to inflammation. I've been reading that atypical hyperplasia of the prostrate meso lining is precanerous. And that Atypical hyper cells are a pre-cancerous condition in breast cancer. I've even read that it is considered mesotheliama in situ (pre-cancerous). THey just found Atyp Mesothe hyperpl in my lungs during an open lung biopsy. I was DXed as being in the early stages of asbestosis in 03. I cant get anyone to treat me though. My HMO doctors won't let me even bring up the word!!!! :mad: Any feedback?

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