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Join the Mesothelioma Community

Coping with a mesothelioma diagnosis can sometimes make you feel like you’re fighting a very private battle. You may feel vulnerable, scared, and alone. Thankfully, there are many resources available to you, and with the power of social media, a support community can be one click away.Becoming a part of the mesothelioma community can be a healing experience for patients, family, and friends alike. You’ll learn from, connect, and take action with people who understand what you’re going through—and who share your commitment to improving the prognosis and treatment for others in the future.

Learn: Read Our Mesothelioma Blog

The official blog for Mesothelioma Help Now is a premium resource available to you now—free. Our blog is regularly updated with news, helpful advice, and essential health information. The content covers a wide range of topics and is written by the people who know those topics the best. Our writing team includes a radiation oncologist, Dr. Michael Milano, Ph.D.; an experienced mesothelioma attorney, Ricky LeBlanc, Managing Attorney, Sokolove Law; a decorated Navy veteran, Bob O’Donnell; and others who share their deep and specific understanding and insights about this deadly type of cancer.Remember, knowledge is power. With this in mind, we encourage you to read some of our past blog posts and educate yourself—now. Then check back often for our newest articles and be sure to share them with your family and friends.

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Connect: Join Us on Social Media

Social media has the power to connect. For mesothelioma patients, family members, and caregivers, social media sites can play a huge role in making every stage of this disease a little more manageable. There are pages dedicated to Mesothelioma on Facebook and Twitter and they help create meaningful relationships for people who may be feeling incredibly alone. Patients can talk to patients. Caregivers can connect with caregivers. Having someone who “gets it” a click away can be truly comforting on an otherwise unknown journey.Join our social media communities to connect with survivors, ask questions, create friendships, find new information, and build your own virtual support network.

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Act: Become an Advocate for Research and Awareness

Anyone can advocate for improvements in the mesothelioma care community. All it takes is an intense desire to make a positive change. Think about what matters most to you and how you can contribute to the cause. Some advocates choose to:

  • Raise awareness locally or across the country
  • Encourage increased research and funding
  • Fight against legislative matters that are holding back important advancements
  • Endorse clinical trials

If you’re still not sure how you can help, there’s one very meaningful action that you may be underestimating: the power of your own personal story. Sharing your experience is important to so many people. Your journey matters—so please don’t be afraid to make your voice heard.

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