Mesothelioma lawyer Nicholas Vogelzang explores the ramifications the disease can have on unsuspecting populations around the globe.
Poet and author Victoria Bennett has experienced countless loss from mesothelioma in her family. With her new poetry collection, she hopes to share her message of hope and healing with others.
Dr. Jessica Donington, the chief of thoracic surgery at the University of Chicago, wants to keep mesothelioma patients living not just longer, but better, too.
Seventeen years after Grammy Award-winning musician Warren Zevon’s death from pleural mesothelioma, his legacy lives on through the advocacy work of his son, Jordan.
Cancer warriors and thrivers may be more susceptible to contracting the novel coronavirus and developing severe complications, especially if there is a history of lung-specific illnesses like mesothelioma.
When Army Col. Doug Thomas was diagnosed with epithelioid mesothelioma in May, at the age of just 45, he chose to return to the basic principles of service that guided him over the years
Through the help of Imerman Angels, Jennifer Morrice learned the power of friendship from an unlikely source—her cancer journey.
Optune Lua may be an effective treatment option for patients with inoperable malignant pleural mesothelioma combined with dual-drug chemotherapy.
Research and advancements in treatment for rare cancers like mesothelioma is slow-going, but Loyola Medicine’s Dr. Muaiad Kittaneh is doing the work few else will.
How you observe milestones on your cancer journey is a personal decision. We spoke with five people about the creative ways they observe a cancer milestone.