I joined this group when my husband was diagnosed with Mesothelioma, back in February 2018, he was a very fit and active person with never a days illness until this, it was only early stage 1, he had an EDP operation last May and it looked like it was a success, unfortunately, the cancer returned and Chemotherapy didn't work, and he passed away on the 15th May 2019.
We wanted to offer positive help to others, not to give up and trying to get on trials wherever possible and not to let anyone tell you there is nothing they can do for you. We were due to meet Professor Fennell the day before he died with hopefully getting on to the MIST trial, and hubby was trying his hardest to be fit enough for that, but in the end it beat us both, and he died with his family with him at home.
I wish each and every one of you suffering with this disease the very best of luck, and hope you never give in.
Kind Regards to you all
I know we spoke separately the other week but I just wanted to say you and your family are still in our thoughts. If you ever need anything then you know where I am.
I offer you all my best wishes, love and condolences.
So sorry for your loss.
I am so sorry that you and your family have lost your husband.
Please accept my condolences and thanks for your kind thoughts to those of us suffering from Meso.
Hi Barb, please accept my sincere condolences.
Sending you a hug.
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