How Do Expert Contributors Help Patients?

Expert contributors work with mesothelioma patients and researchers daily. Their unique perspectives help patients, caregivers and loved ones better understand mesothelioma, treatment options and how to improve their prognosis.

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Who We Work With

  • Doctors and Surgeons
  • Researchers
  • Nutritionists
  • Mental Health Counselors
  • Mesothelioma Survivors and Caregivers

The medical experts who work with are well-respected health professionals in their fields. Their work has been published in peer-reviewed medical journals, textbooks and other publications such as U.S. News & World Report, WebMD, the Tampa Bay Times and more.

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What Our Network Offers

  • Original content for the website
  • Medical reviews to ensure accuracy of website content
  • Exclusive treatment news to share with the mesothelioma community
  • Mesothelioma patient support
  • Nutrition guides and recipes
  • Cancer survivor and caregiver stories
  • Information about asbestos laws and litigation

Medical Experts

These medical experts are at the forefront of mesothelioma treatment and research. Through their affiliations with top cancer treatment centers, these physicians have access to the latest advancements in mesothelioma care. In addition, contributors on include mental health counselors and registered dietitians specializing in oncology care.

Professional Affiliations

The medical experts who work with are affiliated with top medical organizations, including:

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Survivors and Caregivers is fortunate to have these mesothelioma survivors and caregivers share their personal experiences in support of mesothelioma patients and their loved ones. Their stories inspire others to live fuller and healthier lives.

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Support and Wellness Training

Contributors on bring first-person experiences to their patient advocacy work, as well as licensing and certifications that include:

  • Nursing license
  • Dietitian license
  • Health Writing Certification from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Social Media for Health Care Certification from Mayo Clinic

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