Mesothelioma survivors Ron Green, Tamron Little and Emily Ward will share their cancer journeys with fellow mesothelioma patients and loved ones who can ask the panelists questions in our exclusive open forum webinar. These three cancer warriors will share their stories of survival in the face of mesothelioma and shine a light on how they overcame their unique challenges. Sign up for the free online Q&A with our survivor panelists.
Mesothelioma survivors Ron Green, Tamron Little and Emily Ward will share their cancer journeys with fellow mesothelioma patients and loved ones who can ask the panelists questions. Sign up for our free online Q&A webinar with our survivor panelists.
Ron Green, Tamron Little and Emily Ward have walked in your shoes and know what it means to be a cancer survivor. They are eager to share their experiences and will take questions from mesothelioma patients and their loved ones. Our registered nurse and Patient Advocate Karen Selby will moderate the forum. Possible questions include:
Ron Green is a pleural mesothelioma survivor. He was diagnosed in 2016, and he credits great medical care, his Christian faith and good luck for his survivor. He also is an accomplished golfer. Although originally from Canada, Ron now lives in sunny Naples, Florida.
Tamron Little was diagnosed with peritoneal mesothelioma in 2007. She was just 21. After more than a decade of surviving with mesothelioma, Tamron is sharing her experiences to support people recently diagnosed with this asbestos-related cancer. Tamron lives near Charlotte, North Carolina.
Emily Ward is a retired nurse and pleural mesothelioma survivor. She writes about her experience battling the disease as well as how her outlook on life has changed since her diagnosis in 2012. Emily lives in Cornish, a small town in southern Maine.
Registered nurse Karen Selby has decades of experience in thoracic surgery and has assisted doctors in lung resections, lung transplants and other complicated lung-related surgeries. As a Patient Advocate, Karen guides mesothelioma patients and their caregivers every day.
Disclaimer: Nothing you hear in this session should be taken as medical advice. Always consult with your doctor before making any changes. Attending this webinar will not create a doctor-patient relationship. We are not a treatment facility. For specific medical inquiries, we encourage you to consult with a doctor specializing in mesothelioma or lung cancer.