Community Resources

The mesothelioma community is small, but tight-knit. Find the support you need with the resources below, and never be afraid to ask for help.

Resources for CaregiversHope for Survivors
Taking on a caregiver role can be very challenging and stressful. But you don’t have to face it alone. Learn some ways to help overcome the everyday challenges and find the support you need.While mesothelioma patients face a grim prognosis, there is always hope for survival. Be inspired by the stories of some long-term mesothelioma survivors, and find support with the ongoing care needed in survivorship.
Support GroupsFinancial Planning
Whether you’re a caregiver, a patient, or a survivor, joining a support group can make a huge difference in your overall wellbeing. Read more about the types of support groups available and how you can find one to join.Mesothelioma is costly in many ways. Not only is treatment itself rising in price, but patients and their families face secondary expenses like lodging and travel. Learn about some resources that can help lessen the financial burden.

Resources for Patients

Cancer ClinicsMesothelioma DoctorsClinical Trials
Browse through our catalog of cancer clinics around the country to find the best treatment option near you.Choosing a top doctor that specializes in mesothelioma is key to fighting this disease. Find a mesothelioma doctor near you to ensure you receive the best care.Use our clinical trial tool to learn more about available mesothelioma clinical trials. Clinical trials can be a great opportunity to try a new promising treatment method, which could better your prognosis.

Show Your Support

EventsGet Involved
If you’re interested in getting involved in the community or learning more about mesothelioma and asbestos, there are always plenty of events going on. Keep posted on upcoming fundraisers, conferences, awareness events and more.We can all make a difference in the efforts to ban asbestos and find a cure for mesothelioma. Learn about some great organizations involved in research and awareness, and how you can help support these efforts.
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