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All types of mesothelioma, including pleural mesothelioma, entail a very high risk of recurrence after the disease has reached remission. Despite the fact that recurrence is almost always inevitable in the case of mesothelioma, it can often be successfully delayed if the patient is permanently kept under medical observation after remission occurred, as well as if they undergo a series of preventive examinations regularly.
Thus, if signs of recurrence are promptly detected and attended to, there is a higher chance that pleural mesothelioma will reach remission again.
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