Mesothelioma is a rare asbestos-related cancer that affects nearly 3,000 people each year in the United States. It has no cure.Learn More
Doctors treat mesothelioma with radiation, surgery and chemotherapy. But medical advances, such as immunotherapy, are extending lives.Learn More
Exposure to asbestos, mostly in high-risk jobs, including construction, firefighting and military service, is the leading cause of mesothelioma.Learn More
Asbestos lawsuits or asbestos trust funds can provide patients and their families the compensation needed to pay for treatments, lost wages or other financial burdens.Learn More
Our exclusive Doctor Match Program locates a top mesothelioma specialist who is an expert about your particular diagnosis. If a specialist isn’t in your state, we’ll find others who are nearby.
When you are coping with this aggressive disease, we ease your mind by answering questions you may have about your diagnosis, treatment options and other concerns or providing you with patient resources.
Mesothelioma doesn’t just affect the patient. Their families often undergo their own cancer journey that upsets their emotional well-being, finances and wages. We help family members find the emotional and financial support they need.
Dana Nolan runs our online support group. She provides the tools and tips patients, loved ones and survivors need to physically and emotionally cope with mesothelioma. Legal advisor Joe Lahav offers valuable information about the many legal aspects of mesothelioma compensation.
Whether it’s giving you free information about mesothelioma, providing ways to promote awareness of asbestos-related diseases or offering legal help for you and your family, we are here for you.
Learn everything there is to know about mesothelioma, including the symptoms, treatments, clinical trials and other facts about the disease.Get Your Free Guide
Mesothelioma patients and their families have legal options that can compensate them for medical bills, lost wages and other expenses.Get Legal Help
Our exclusive online support group is a safe place where patients, loved ones and survivors can share their stories or listen to others.Join Support Group
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Many U.S. military veterans were exposed while serving our country overseas and others came in contact with the deadly mineral on military plants, inside their barracks, Navy ships and other military occupations. Our Veterans Department is here to help these noble American heroes.
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