It's OK to Ask Questions
Many people have never heard of mesothelioma, so it's natural to ask questions about the causes of the rare disease, diagnosis and treatment. The good news is that our Patient Advocates know the answers to your questions.
We have years of experience talking to patients and their loved ones, guiding them through the process, connecting them with top specialists and cancer centers, as well as providing hope in the face of adversity.
Our Patient Advocates Know the Answers
Karen Selby, RN Registered Nurse and Patient AdvocateKaren is our in-house registered nurse. Her professional experience is in general, thoracic and vascular surgery. Her oncologic background is an asset to those seeking help about diagnosis, treatment and recovery. Karen understands everyone's experience with this disease is different, and she's ready to guide patients and their loved ones through the process.
Joe Lahav Lawyer and Legal AdvisorAs a young man, Joe lost his mother to cancer. He knows from experience what it's like loving and losing someone to a disease such as mesothelioma. As a lawyer and the in-house legal advisor at The Mesothelioma Center, Joe ensures that all those who seek our help are treated with compassion, provided the survival help they need and given a sense of hope.
Aaron Munz Director of Veterans Department, Patient AdvocateAaron is a former U.S Army captain. He started his military career in 1997. He was deployed to Baghdad, Iraq, for 14 months as part of Operation Iraqi Freedom from 2004 to 2005. Aaron’s military experience working with asbestos and veterans offers him unique perspective on how to help veterans with mesothelioma file their VA claims and much more.
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