Working with Patients
Dr. Mark Lischner has worked with a number of patients who suffered from pleural mesothelioma. This type of mesothelioma is the most common and can affect the lining of the lungs, heart, or both. Like asbestosis, mesothelioma is an asbestos-related disease.
Dr. Mark Lischner has written extensively on pulmonary disease for multiple medical journals. This scholarly work has helped to advance the field of asbestos-related disease.
How His Career Began
Dr. Lischner began his career as a pulmonary specialist with the United States Navy. He served during the Vietnam War on the USS Repose, a hospital ship. Working under these conditions helped to prepare Dr. Lischner for the challenging cases he would go on to treat as a civilian throughout the remainder of his medical career.
His Life’s Work
Once Dr. Lischner’s military service came to an end, he moved to Sacramento and opened his private practice with Sutter Independent Physicians.
In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Lischner has written extensively on pulmonary disease for multiple medical journals. This scholarly work has helped to advance the field of asbestos-related disease. He has also served as a diplomat for the American Board of Internal Medicine. Now at the pinnacle of his career, Dr. Lischner is an excellent consultant for management of mesothelioma.