Mesothelioma & Immunotherapy: What Patients Need to Know
Learn about treating mesothelioma with immunotherapy in our free online presentation hosted by Dr. Snehal Smart and Registered Nurse Sean Marchese. Discover how immunotherapy benefits mesothelioma patients, how to access it and what questions you should ask your doctor to see if you are eligible for this innovative treatment. Get your free recording today!
Learn about treating mesothelioma with immunotherapy in our free online presentation hosted by Dr. Snehal Smart and Registered Nurse Sean Marchese. Get a copy of the recording today!
Snehal Smart, M.D.Medical Doctor and Patient Advocate
Sean Marchese, MS, RNOncology Medical Writer and Registered Nurse
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Information You and Your Family Need
- What is immunotherapy?
- How can mesothelioma patients get immunotherapy?
- Benefits of immunotherapy over other treatments
- Side effects of immunotherapy
- The future of immunotherapy
- Questions to ask your doctor about immunotherapy
You’ll also get access to the free Q&A session that our experts hosted after the presentation.
Mesothelioma Experts You Can Trust
Our experts have spent a combined 16 years helping mesothelioma patients and their families. They know the ins and outs of mesothelioma treatment, and they’ve stayed up to date with the latest research on how immunotherapy benefits mesothelioma patients.
Snehal Smart, M.D.Dr. Snehal Smart is an experienced Patient Advocate and an expert medical writer. When she is not providing one-on-one assistance to patients, Smart stays current on the latest medical research, reading peer-reviewed studies and interviewing oncologists to learn about advancements in diagnostic tools and cancer treatments.
Sean Marchese, MS, RNAs a registered nurse with more than 10 years in clinical experience and more than six years in clinical research, Sean Marchese has planned and led experimental clinical trials in oncology involving immunotherapy, chemotherapy, radiation therapy and tumor treating fields. He has been a member of the American Nurses Association since 2017.