mesothelioma

Meet a Mesothelioma Nurse: Buerkley Rose

We recently spoke with mesothelioma nurse Buerkley Rose, RN, of the University of Chicago to ask her some questions about her role in the field in honor of National Nurses Week and National Cancer Research Month. Here’s what she had to say:
At what institution do you work and what is your role there?
Currently, I work […]


An Interview with Bonnie Anderson on the Importance of Mesothelioma Research

Diagnosed with mesothelioma in 2002, Bonnie Anderson is a 15-year warrior. Throughout this time, she and her husband, John, have been ardent supporters of the Meso Foundation and have established themselves as leading advocates within the mesothelioma community. Through the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation’s peer-review research grant program, they personally funded two research studies:

Exploiting Nf2/Merlin […]


Facing Mesothelioma One Journal Entry at a Time: Part Eight

Tara DeAugustinis has been battling pleural mesothelioma since diagnosed in early 2016 at the age of 45. She and her husband, Rich, have maintained a personal website documenting her journey with the disease via journal entries, and they have decided to share their story with the mesothelioma community. To read part seven of this story, […]


Facing Mesothelioma One Journal Entry at a Time: Part Seven

Tara DeAugustinis has been battling pleural mesothelioma since diagnosed in early 2016 at the age of 45. She and her husband, Rich, have maintained a personal website documenting her journey with the disease via journal entries, and they have decided to share their story with the mesothelioma community. To read part six of this story, […]


Facing Mesothelioma One Journal Entry at a Time: Part Six

Tara DeAugustinis has been battling pleural mesothelioma since diagnosed in early 2016 at the age of 45. She and her husband, Rich, have maintained a personal website documenting her journey with the disease via journal entries, and they have decided to share their story with the mesothelioma community. To read part five of this story, […]