At the Meso Foundation’s annual Symposium — this year, happening July 12-13 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, DC — individuals are bestowed honors for superlative service to the community, ranging from volunteer efforts to advancement in research. The Pioneer Award was designed to support individual scientists and clinicians of exceptional creativity who propose pioneering […]
From the Meso Foundation Staff
Did you hear the latest? Red wine, a study has shown, might be instrumental in treating mesothelioma patients.
Really? Come on. In the Google search “what can red wine treat” the search results claim that red wine can also help treat:
And this is just on the first page of results.
All the way from the Southern Hemisphere, the Meso Foundation received a question from Katelyn Yates:
“Hi there, I am wondering if you have any suggestions for raising money or awareness for this terrible disease? I am very keen to help in any way.”
Perhaps the best way to raise money and awareness for mesothelioma research is, […]
Last week I had the distinct pleasure of attending here in Washington D.C. the International Association of Heat & Frost Insulators and Allied Workers Conference, a one-day event calling together physicians, scientists and researchers to announce their partnership with Mt. Sinai Medical Center in establishing a tissue bank (Insulators Tissue Bank or ITB).
Representing the Meso […]
We are still transitioning from our old blog, so pardon our dust. To contact the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation or for immediate help with your questions, you can reach us by phone at 877.363.6376.