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By | March 10, 2017

Nellie Kershaw, an Inspiration to Women Everywhere: Stand Up Against Asbestos Exposure

“I have not received a penny…I should have had nine weeks wages now through no fault of my own.” Those are the words of Nellie Kershaw – a young, hard-working, once healthy… Read More

By | February 24, 2017

Why States with a History of Shipbuilding Suffered from Higher Rates of Mesothelioma

Not everyone can control whether they develop cancer. Yet, research has shown time and time again that certain avoidable risk factors can increase one’s chances of developing cancer, such as chemical exposure,… Read More

By | February 17, 2017

Outside the Mine: Why Miner Mesothelioma Risk is the Most Dangerous Hazard

Coal mining’s place on the list of most dangerous jobs in the world is well deserved. An average of 50 to 60 coal miners die on the job in the United States… Read More

By | February 3, 2017

World Cancer Day: What Does It Mean for Less Common Cancers Such as Mesothelioma?

Image Source: World Cancer Day Today, in the United States, there are 14 million new cancer cases and 8.2 million cancer deaths every single year. By 2030, these numbers are projected to… Read More

By | September 16, 2016

Fighting Mesothelioma One Day at a Time

A patient fights cancer the same way a runner finishes a race: one mile marker at a time. On Aug. 23, 2016, meso warrior Julie Gundlach reached an important milestone. She celebrated… Read More

By | September 13, 2016

Washington Miles for Meso Raises $20,000 for Mesothelioma Research

The 5th Annual Washington Memorial 5K Run/Walk surpassed its goal of $15,000, raising $20,000 for mesothelioma research. Organized by Diana Stewart, Pat Dyhrman and Pat Hatley, the July 4 event honored the… Read More

By | September 9, 2016

Making Change Possible by Securing a Comprehensive U.S. Asbestos Ban

One way Julie Gundlach takes the ‘poison’ from her mesothelioma diagnosis and turns it into something beautiful is by telling her story. Through her story, Julie hopes others will realize the importance… Read More

By | September 2, 2016

How the Peacock Got Her Feathers and Inspires Julie

It takes a lot of energy and determination to run a 5K. The Alton Miles for Meso course is known among runners for its steep hills and brick streets. It’s not an… Read More

By | August 26, 2016

Asbestos Exposure: Nothing More Than a Number

When visiting New York for mesothelioma cancer treatments, Julie Gundlach would often spit on the steps of the W.R. Grace skyscraper. The act was a representation of how Julie felt, and still… Read More

By | August 12, 2016

How a Nutrition Plan Can Help Mesothelioma Patients

Mesothelioma treatments, pain, and pain medications can impact a patient’s appetite or ability to eat. Stress over managing this disease and the lifestyle changes that comes with it can also decrease one’s… Read More