Mesothelioma Foundation Expert Can Answer Your Questions!

Nurse Practitioner, Mary Hesdorffer, is a mesothelioma expert and has worked with mesothelioma patients and their families for the past twelve years. Mary is available to answer your questions about mesothelioma, its symptoms and treatments as well as options available to you. This help is a free service provided by the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation. We are not a law firm. Read more about the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation.

TO GET HELP CALL: (877) End-Meso or (877) 363-6376 or fill out the form to the right to be contacted by her.

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Board of Directors

Members of the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation (Meso Foundation) Board of Directors assume responsibility for ensuring the Meso Founda­tion’s long-term financial stability and integrity and – through consensus and majority vote with the other Board members – for governing the Foundation and setting its strategic direction and broad policy directives.

Dr. Lee Krug, Chair

Dr. Michael J. Becich, Director

Don Bendix, Director

General H. Steven Blum, Director

Dr. Faris Farassati, Director

Erica Iacono, Director

Dr. Shreya Kanodia, Director

Shelly Kozicki, Director

Ted Lackner, Treasurer

Terry Lynch, Director

Leon Pendarvis, Director

Lew Phelps, Director

Sandy Robb, Director

Eric Witkin, Director

In Memoriam: Rep. Bruce F. Vento

Rep. Bruce F. VentoBeginning in 1977, Congressman Vento served the people of Minnesota in the U.S. House of Representatives, as a strong advocate for the environment, working people and the disadvantaged. In January, 2000, he was diagnosed with malignant mesothelioma. He joined the Foundation's Board of Directors, and began to speak out on the need for greater mesothelioma research funding. Congressman Vento died on October 10, 2000. For more about Congressman Vento, and his personal fight as well as his public fight against mesothelioma, please follow the links on the right.

View Rep. Vento's full biography. September 8, 2000

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