The World Conference on Lung Cancer is a prestigious annual event organized by the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer (IASLC). The conference, as the name suggests, focuses mainly on lung cancer, however, it also provides a space for mesothelioma researchers and physicians to present new data from their mesothelioma studies. As often […]
Joseph R. Testa, PhD, of the Fox Chase Cancer Center has edited a newly published book titled “Asbestos and Mesothelioma” to serve as a resource for researchers and medical professionals in the field. Mary Hesdorffer, NP, Executive Director at the Meso Foundation co-authored one of the book’s chapters.
More information about the book follows:
“Asbestos and Mesothelioma,” […]
“There’s no question that research cures cancer,” began Dr. Rich Alexander of the University of Maryland and chair of the Meso Foundation’s Board of Directors. “If you look at the most effective therapies that we have now for many cancers across the country, those treatments were defined through the clinical trials process.”
At the 2017 International […]
Jared Strecker is a sophomore student at Hampton Bays High School (HBHS) on the east end of Long Island, New York. Like many high school students, Jared enjoys sports and spending time with friends. Unlike his peers, however, he also enjoys spending time researching mesothelioma.
Jared grew up playing baseball on his dad’s little league team, […]
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 […]