Kasie Coleman, Contributing Writer to Asbestos.com & Mesothelioma Survivor

Kasie Coleman

Contributing Writer

Kasie Coleman is a married mother of two boys & a peritoneal mesothelioma cancer survivor who now writes about her firsthand experience with this disease.

About Kasie Coleman

Fast Facts
  • Kasie is a mesothelioma survivor and blogger for The Mesothelioma Center

  • She was diagnosed with peritoneal mesothelioma in 2010

  • Kasie is a wife and mother of two, and owner of Sugar Belle Bakery in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

  • She is the Louisiana coordinator for the Million Cancer Survivor March, the first anti-cancer rally in Washington, D.C.

After struggling with nebulous symptoms and misdiagnoses for more than a year, Kasie Coleman was officially diagnosed with peritoneal mesothelioma in 2010. Although the news changed her life, it did not dampen her spirit.

A wife and proud mother of two, Kasie was determined to triumph over her cancer. Even as she faced her disease’s disheartening prognosis, Kasie surrounded herself with positivity, knowing in her heart that she would be the exception.

Two HIPEC procedures and several cycles of chemotherapy later, Kasie’s cancer entered remission. The following year she made major changes to her life, leaving her job as a pharmaceutical sales representative to open a business, Sugar Belle Bakery, in her home town of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

In June 2013, Kasie became a blogger for The Mesothelioma Center as Asbestos.com. By writing about her journey and firsthand experience with this rare and aggressive cancer, Kasie aims to raise awareness while sharing her story of hope with mesothelioma patients and their loved ones.

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Last Modified November 7, 2018

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