Information for Caregivers & Mesothelioma Patients

A caregiver is anyone who gives care to people who need help taking care of themselves. This can include family members, friends and many other roles. While everyone faces a unique journey, caregivers focus mostly on their loved one's medical care, managing their symptoms and maintaining quality of life. Get a free caregivers guide via email and also receive a free mesothelioma packet shipped overnight.
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Advice & Tips from Mesothelioma Caregivers

Learn from real mesothelioma caregivers about your new role, how to handle conflicts about treatment, staying mentally healthy and addressing difficult emotional situations such as end-of-life decisions.
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    Free Caregiver Brochures for You
    Our exclusive brochures are tailored for all types of caregivers, including spouses and children, who provide care to their loved ones. The digital brochures provide answers to the questions caregivers often ask such as how to reduce stress, ask for help and get a loved one’s financial affairs in order.
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    Exclusive Mesothelioma Guide
    Our free 200-page print guide gives you information on treatment, how to find the best specialists and cancer centers, getting financial support to pay for medical expenses and much more.
The whole experience of caregiving for my husband Brian taught me the true meaning of love and the strength of the human spirit.
Lorraine Kember
Mesothelioma caregiver
Being a mesothelioma caregiver is not for the faint of heart. Sometimes caring for a loved one will stretch a person to their physical and emotional limits.
Melanie Ball
Mesothelioma caregiver
Caregiving can be terribly isolating if you’re not careful…You have to take care of yourself, too. If you don’t, it’s hard to be a good caregiver.
Linda Chitwood
Mesothelioma caregiver