by Janet Graeff
As of March 14, 2016, my daughter is 10 years NED, no evidence of disease. She is a peritoneal mesothelioma survivor. I was her primary caregiver during her recovery from surgery and chemotherapy. The chemo, for her, was extremely difficult. We nearly lost her to a weird reaction to the second infusion. But, […]
by Janet Graeff
Lotte has done it all! She has stuffed envelopes, hand-written thank you notes, peeled hundreds (!) of potatoes, washed as many dishes, cared for mesothelioma patients who have stayed in her home, financially supported the Meso Foundation – all in the name of finding a cure for mesothelioma.
She is not a mesothelioma patient, and nobody […]
We are excited to announce that the 2015 recipient of the Meso Foundation’s June Breit and Jocelyn Farrar Outstanding Nurse Award is Joanne Redondo of the Hillman Cancer Center.
In January, we introduced our second annual campaign to choose a recipient of the June Breit and Jocelyn Farrar Outstanding Nurse Award. We began seeking a recipient […]
The Meso Foundation realizes that there are numerous groups that you can affiliate with, provide your stories and attempt to raise awareness but it seems as if many are just going about this in the wrong way. To begin with, have you really looked into the Facebook pages or websites that you are supporting? Are […]
In the Sunday Times dated April 11th there were some very thought provoking responses to the article we posted last week regarding palliative care. I think this is an area of great interest to our patient population and I would like to continue the discussion. I read with great interest the […]