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Hospice Care For Mesothelioma

    Although people have understood for centuries that death has more meaning than mere medical fact, it hasn't been until very recently that Western Medicine has accepted that. Hospice care grew out of the idea that when humans die, it's the end of a journey, and is a psychological, spiritual, social, and physical experience. Mesothelioma, a deadly form of cancer that affects the linings of the lungs or abdomen often ends lives, and this article provides an overview of what hospice care is, why mesothelioma patients may turn to it, and what it takes to accept hospice.

    The first step in understanding mesothelioma and hospice care is to get a general sense of what hospice care is. Hospice care represents a different way of thinking about death, viewing it as a human experience, part of a journey, and seeks to end that journey with peace, comfort and dignity. End of life care for the terminally ill tends to take place either at home, in nursing homes, or in hospitals. In the United States, hospice care usually involves a variety of caretakers working with the patient psychologically, medically, and with their family.Medicare usually covers hospice care in the US.

    Mesothelioma is an illness that ends many lives, especially due to it's aggressive and malignant nature, and can lead patients into hospice care. Due to late detection, the average patient who is diagnosed with mesothelioma will have between  4 and 18 months to live. Mesothelioma, like other malignant cancers causes severe pain and other debilitating symptoms, these symptoms may call for dedicated nursing care. Treatment for Mesothelioma can itself be debilitating, and without hospice care, a patient can suffer spiritually, emotionally and physically.

    Making the choice to enter hospice care requires a patient to acknowledge their illness and accept their coming fate. Patients given a terminal diagnosis will react in a variety of ways, however many will grieve for themselves, going through classic stages of grief before acceptance. Hospice care can benefit patients who are having trouble accepting their end of life by providing comfort and perspective. Being able to be treated in a comfortable setting, such as home or a nursing home can help a patient be more comfortable, and have an easier time accepting their prognosis with tranquility.

    To the best of our knowledge, every human being will die. Accepting that, and seeing death as the end of a journey can be difficult, especially when someone is taken by such a vile and aggressive illness as mesothelioma. This article provided an overview of what hospice care is, why mesothelioma patients may require it, and the challenges a patient may face in choosing hospice care. Death isn't mere medical fact for humans, it has multiple aspects, of which hospice care, rather ambitiously, attempts to treat.



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