Asbestos.com and The Mesothelioma Center are proud to contribute to various members of the mesothelioma community who need more recognition and help to find a cure for this aggressive cancer. Through the years, we've shown our support for mesothelioma patients, family members, doctors and treatment centers in many ways.
Across the street from the Boston VA Hospital, the Fisher House provides no-cost lodging for family members of veterans with mesothelioma. The Fisher House is just one special part of Boston VA, at which Dr. Abraham "Avi" Lebenthal takes pride in his care of veterans.Donate to the Fisher House
The Pacific Heart, Lung & Blood Institute (PHLBI) is a nonprofit research facility that is dedicated to developing more effective treatment methods and early detection programs for mesothelioma and other conditions of the lungs, blood and heart. In addition, the PHLBI works with the VA to raise funds for veterans combatting asbestos-related diseases. Dr. Robert B. Cameron and the rest of the staff at PHLBI hope to one day provide a cure for mesothelioma through their ongoing research efforts.Donate to PHLBI
Asbestos.com is funding a critical, ongoing research study about optimizing therapeutic options for mesothelioma patients at a prominent mesothelioma hospital. We made our initial donation in 2013, and since then, we've provided researchers at the hospital with annual contributions totaling hundreds of thousands of dollars. We hope our continued support will bring us closer to find a cure. As always, we strongly support all mesothelioma research fundraising.
The Mesothelioma Center provides iPads for Moffitt's Lung and Thoracic Tumor Education (LATTE) Program, for patients and families affected by lung cancer or an asbestos-related condition. The iPads are loaded with a patient portal, allowing patients to schedule appointments. Patients can also use them to stay in touch with family members while getting treatment. Your donations go to the Moffitt Thoracic Research Fund for competitive peer-reviewed projects.Donate to Moffitt
We donate to events for Prelude to a Cure, a Tampa-based nonprofit that is focused on developing innovative strategies for the prevention, improved treatments, enhanced screening, and ultimate cure of all lung cancers worldwide.Donate to Prelude to a Cure
The Ochsner Cancer Institute in New Orleans started its Mesothelioma Patient Assistance Fund in 2015 with a charitable donation from Asbestos.com. The fund is available now to patients and families at Ochsner who need help covering the costs of travel, housing, meals, medication and other emergency needs related to care. It is the first mesothelioma-specific assistance fund at a major cancer center in the Southeast. Asbestos.com was honored with membership in Ochsner's Benefactor and Heritage Foundation.Read More About the Fund
As part of our mission, we facilitate the connection between patients and mesothelioma specialists nationwide. At times this requires long-distance travel.Learn About the Doctor Match Program
The Mesothelioma Center sponsors a cycling team that raises awareness for mesothelioma by competing in road races throughout the year. Patient Advocate Karen Selby, a registered nurse, champions this team as one of its riders.Read More About the Team
The Asbestos.com Scholarship provides $5,000 in annual scholarships to students who submit the best essays about asbestos or mesothelioma. Each essay is judged by staffers who are looking for quality, research and accuracy.Learn More About Our Scholarship
The Mesothelioma Center believes in advancing cancer research funding, which is a priority at the American Cancer Society. That’s why in April 2016 we donated $1,000 to the organization’s Relay for Life of Murrieta in California. As part of the Relay for Life event, teams of people raised mesothelioma awareness and handed out information on the incurable, asbestos-related disease. It’s our effort to fund the research seeking a cure for mesothelioma.Donate to the American Cancer Society Today!
The Mesothelioma Center supported the Florida Society of Oncology Social Workers at its recent 30th annual conference.
Team members participate in an annual Movember event by not shaving during the month of November. The money raised goes to help fight prostate cancer, and we donate some proceeds to mesothelioma charities.
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