Mesothelioma treatment research brings to mind for me that quote based on statements by Ghandi: Be the change you wish to see in the world.
Currently mesothelioma treatment options are limited. Kazan Law clients who are suffering from mesothelioma know that it is unlikely that they will be able to survive very long. But in spite of all that they have been through, they continue to hope for the best for others. They want others to be able to benefit from better more effective mesothelioma treatment. So they often ask Kazan Law to help them put a portion of the funds the firm won for them towards mesothelioma research.
Although the clients may not always live to see the research they fund bear fruit, it always makes the firm proud to see the results of their generosity. In their honor,Kazan Law’s charitable foundation also donates to mesothelioma research.
Kazan Law recently shared copies they received as thanks of four newly published research papers from the Thoracic Oncology Laboratory at the University of California in San Francisco. Founded in 1995 by thoracic surgeon David M. Jablons, MD and thoracic oncologist Thierry Jahan, MD, UCSF’s Thoracic Oncology Program has been at the forefront of groundbreaking laboratory research, innovative clinical trials, and compassionate, expert care for patients with mesothelioma and other thoracic malignancies.
Each research paper forms an intensely technical new link in the complex chain to achieving the goal of a cure for mesothelioma. Each paper also represents the loving concern a mesothelioma patient and his family had for other mesothelioma patients who will come after them. Here are the distinguished journals in which each of these papers is published and the acknowledgement the authors gave to Kazan Law and their clients:
- Journal of Experimental & Clinical Cancer Research,
- BMC Cancer,
- The international Journal of Oncology
- BMC Pharmacology &Toxicology
“We are grateful for support from the Kazan, McClain, Abrams, Fernandez, Lyons, Greenwood, Oberman, Satterley & Bosl Foundation, Inc, .; the Estate of Robert Griffiths; the Jeffrey and Karen Peterson Family Foundation; the Larry Hall Memorial Foundation, Paul and Michelle Zygielbaum.”