As Congress works to map their federal spending for Fiscal Year 2015, advocacy organizations and members of Congress alike have been announcing their funding priorities for next year. The Meso Foundation has joined One Voice Against Cancer (OVAC) in asking for $32 billion in National Institutes of Health (NIH) funding, asking that Congress “end the […]
Building a relationship with your legislators is a very important part of being an advocate, and mesothelioma warrior Bonnie Anderson is a wonderful example to us all. Bonnie has been one of the greatest advocates for mesothelioma research. She was the first mesothelioma warrior ever to be awarded the Bruce Vento Hope Builder award in […]
The Meso Foundation congratulates Congresswomen Betty McCollum and Chellie Pingree for sending a letter to all members of the U.S. House of Representatives requesting they sign on to urge the National Cancer Institute to further mesothelioma research.
Alexandria, VA (PRWEB) December 03, 2013
Yesterday, U.S. Congresswomen Betty McCollum (D-MN) and Chellie Pingree (D-ME) sent a “Dear Colleague” […]
Fundraisers come in as many varieties as there are interests. Fundraisers are also tributes to the people that inspire them; and for Jill Cagle, her special event this weekend is not just about raising awareness for mesothelioma research. It’s a celebration of a life well lived. This fundraising event is “Ridin’ the Wind with Rob,” […]
Wednesday July 11, was Advocacy Day for us here at the Meso Foundation. In a later blogpost, you’ll hear me refer to this Wednesday before our 2012 Symposium as Virtual Advocacy Day but for those of us meeting (some of us, for the first time) on the Hill, it was Advocacy Day. Period. While we […]