I remember the exact moment when, I believe, my cancer first heralded itself – the time I barfed during my call shift. It was the first month of my post-graduate year three (PGY-3) year, in July of 2014. In the medical world, our years go by the academic year, so July 1 is the first […]
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The Meso Foundation announced today that at the end of this month, Dr. Lee Krug’s term on the Board of Directors (BOD) of the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation will end. Dr. Krug joined the Foundation’s board in 2011, after several years serving on the organization’s Science Advisory Board (SAB). Dr. Krug led the organization as […]
For the last 13 years, Joyce Mancini has been hosting her annual Christmas Breakfast & Bazaar in Tewksbury, Massachusetts to benefit the Meso Foundation.
Joyce’s event is held in memory of her father, George R. Brazee, who passed away after battling mesothelioma. Joyce first decided to host an event in 2004, and she had her father’s […]
I am beginning to feel like that cartoon character “Where’s Waldo,” running at light speed from one conference to another in addition to my clinic and patient centered responsibilities.
Last week, I had the distinct honor of attending the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer’s (IASLC) World Conference on Lung Cancer (WCLC) that was […]
It has recently come to our attention that somebody is communicating using our name without our permission and without our knowledge.
PLEASE NOTE: The Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation is located in Alexandria, VA. Our phone numbers are prefixed by the (703) area code. Our email addresses end in @curemeso.org. We DO NOT ever use any […]