Our mission is to help even the odds for families fighting this disease. We achieve that by providing you and your loved ones the most complete information about mesothelioma, new treatments and support. You've come to the right place.
Let us find you much-needed relief by helping you with what we do best: Providing information about mesothelioma, finding you a top specialist, legal help and financial assistance so you can focus on your treatment, recovery and family.
The asbestos-related cancer affects more than 3,000 people a year in the U.S. How will it affect you?Learn more about mesothelioma
Top national mesothelioma specialists, such as Drs. Jacques Fontaine and Abraham Lebenthal, contribute their own stories about treatment advances. Other experts and our own writers share their knowledge exclusively with Asbestos.com.
Want someone to answer your questions about medical or financial assistance? Do you need support? Our Patient Advocates are here to help you.
Every day, more and more people with mesothelioma are surviving beyond their life expectancy. Read the stories about these mesothelioma survivors and learn how they've made it.
Want to see more survivor stories?Read More on Our Wall of Hope
Patricia returned to a life of traveling and gardening following treatment for peritoneal mesothelioma.Read Full Story
A Vietnam veteran who served 19 years in the Navy, John fishes and enjoys his granddaughter after surgery for pleural mesothelioma.Read Full Story
Want to see more survivor stories?Read More on our Wall of Hope
Order a free mesothelioma guide for you or your loved one and get the best information and resources from our website delivered overnight.Get Your Free Guide Now
Discover the latest news about mesothelioma treatments, blogs about topics of interest to you and in-depth stories that can't be found anywhere else but on Asbestos.com.
A new study from researchers at the City of Hope cancer center in Los Angeles and Wake Forest University…
Richard M. faced a grim outlook on life when doctors diagnosed him with mesothelioma in 2012. He had one year to live...
An important aspect of Asbestos.com is growing awareness about mesothelioma and preventing asbestos exposure.
We accomplish this by donating to mesothelioma organizations and building a community of mesothelioma patients and loved ones on Facebook.
Raise Awareness with a Free WristbandGet Yours Now
Asbestos.com donates money to mesothelioma researchers studying new cancer treatments, spreads awareness of asbestos-related diseases and funds The Mesothelioma Center Scholarship.Learn More