Anyone who has been diagnosed with mesothelioma knows the stress associated with understanding and managing the disease. The difficulty in getting complete information from one resource can leave patients and their families with many unanswered questions. However, visitors to MesotheliomaHelp.org now have a resource for finding answers to their critical questions about mesothelioma treatment.

Hyde-BarrettThoracic nurses Lisa Hyde-Barrett and Eleanor Ericson have been caring for mesothelioma patients for nearly 25 years. They are passionate about focusing their careers on caring for mesothelioma patients and helping them deal with the disease.  It is this passion that bring them to our “Nurse’s Corner.”

Lisa and Eleanor want to make a difference for mesothelioma patients and help them through their difficult journey. They want you to know that you are not alone — every year, nearly 3,000 Americans are diagnosed with the disease.

If you have a specific question about mesothelioma that you would like answered in confidence, contact our nurses.  Both possess the knowledge and experience to answer your most pressing mesothelioma questions, related with treatment, surgery, chemotherapy, follow-up care and home care. Contact them for a free, confidential answer to your mesothelioma question, including key information about:

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