Articles by Meso Foundation


Meso Foundation Applauds Renewal of Zadroga Act

Today, Congress voted and passed its budget bill, which included a nearly indefinite renewal of the Zadroga Act, which provides heathcare for first responders and others impacted by events of 9/11, the results look promising. The Meso Foundation is hopeful that the bill will pass thus extending nearly indefinitely healthcare benefits to first responders who […]


New Search Tool Allows Easy Navigation of Funded Research Projects

This week, we announced the release of a search tool which will enable users on the Meso Foundation’s website to easily search through nearly 100 mesothelioma research projects the organization has funded since its inception.
“As we continue funding important research, it has become very important to create easy ways to sort through that research,” said […]


Toledo Union Calls on the Meso Foundation for Asbestos Education

Toledo, Ohio’s location on the western shore of Lake Erie makes it a great city for power houses, refineries, steel mills, lake steam ship building, rail transportation, and other industries that often use asbestos.
Local 50 of The United Association of Journeyman and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipefitting Industry (UA Local 50) is a trade […]


New Resources and Webinars for Family Caregivers of Mesothelioma Patients

In November, we acknowledged National Family Caregivers Month by releasing information for caregivers and hosting two webinars on the topics of Medical and Palliative Care Decisions and Self-Care for Caregivers. Both webinars are available on demand free of charge at curemeso.org/caregivers.
With a loved one’s diagnosis of mesothelioma, the closest family member is often catapulted into […]