Managing Mesothelioma Treatment Side Effects

Mesothelioma treatment can extend life expectancy, but many treatments cause unpleasant side effects. Improve your treatment experience by requesting a free recording of our webinar on managing mesothelioma treatment side effects.

Mesothelioma treatment can extend life expectancy, but many treatments cause unpleasant side effects. Improve your treatment experience by requesting a free recording of our webinar on managing mesothelioma treatment side effects.

  • Karen Selby, RN
    Registered Nurse and Patient Advocate
  • Suzanne Dixon, MPH, MS, RDN
    Oncology Medical Writer

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Information About Our Treatment Webinar

Registered nurse Karen Selby and registered dietitian Suzanne Dixon shared insights on pleural and peritoneal mesothelioma treatments, their side effects and strategies to manage them with nutrition and alternative therapies.

AFTER WATCHING THIS RECORDING, YOU'LL KNOW ABOUT:

  • Pros and cons of mesothelioma treatments
  • Common treatment side effects
  • Strategies to minimize side effects with nutrition

  • Karen Selby, RN, patient advocate for the Mesothelioma Center
    Karen Selby, RN
    As a registered nurse with decades of experience in thoracic surgery, Karen has assisted doctors in lung resections, lung transplants and other complicated lung-related surgeries. In her role as a Patient Advocate, she listens and guides mesothelioma patients and their caregivers every day.
  • Suzanne Dixon, MPH, MS, RDN, author for The Mesothelioma Center
    Suzanne Dixon, MPH, MS, RDN
    Suzanne has helped thousands of people make nutrition a part of their health care and disease management plans. She has also delivered more than 200 lectures on cancer, nutrition, epidemiology and public health to academic, professional, patient and consumer audiences.
Disclaimer: The content of this website is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician about questions you may have regarding your medical condition.

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