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Paul Kraus-An Inspiration To All Mesothelioma Victims

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Editor: Brandon West
Profession: Brayton Purcell LLP

February 19, 2007

By Brandon Smith

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Category: Mesothelioma News

Following the 10th anniversary of his survival of the deadly cancer entitled mesothelioma, Paul Kraus marches forward in his conquest and gives hope to those affected by the deadly cancer and disease. After being diagnosed with mesothelioma in June of 1997, Paul Kraus has been an inspiration and ideological figure for those afflicted by the deadly disease.

According to emediawire.com:

Paul Kraus said, "I have come to the belief that cancer can be cured and overcome, mesothelioma included. I have outlived my prognosis by many years and the medical specialist I visited not long ago told me that 'you will be around for a lot longer yet.' My survival has been hard work. The underlying assumption with all that I have done, and continue to do, is a strong belief that our bodies are designed with amazing self-healing capacities."

Mr. Kraus, as illustrated in his self proclaimed novel "Surviving Mesothelioma and Other Cancers: A Patient's Guide.", has provided hope and inspiration to thousands of people diagnosed with mesothelioma and other asbestos related illnesses.

Today, to inspire other mesothelioma patients, Mr. Kraus makes himself available by telephone so other patients and their family members can speak directly to him and learn about his treatment choices and approach to regaining health. For the schedule go to http://www.survivingmesothelioma.com/speak-to-paul-kraus.cfm or call 619-261-7922. During these inspirational calls patients can also share experiences and insights with each other. Space is extremely limited and registration is available on a first come first serve basis.

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