Welcome to 2016 and may it bring happiness, good luck and the best of health for all!
A toast to everyone for 2016 from Lou Williams, Keith Williams and our beautiful siamese cat Charlie. Being here to see the new year in is a miracle and one we never ever thought would happen! Thanks to Keytruda (immunotherapy drug), my oncologist Dr Allan Zimet, the love of family and all friends - my heart is full and my glass too! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
Keytruda on PBS (Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme) for Mesothelioma and other rare less common cancers (RLC). Keytruda life saving drug!
I am campaigning to have this drug fast tracked on the PBS for others with Mesothelioma (Asbestos cancer) as it has shown great promise in treating this cancer and other rare less common cancers (RLC) and need your help to do so. I believe those living with Mesothelioma and ot...her RLC should have the option of this drug Keytruda (in discussion with their oncologist) and not have the worry of finding the expensive funds to have the infusion every three weeks. It has shown to kickstart the immune system and in turn fight the cancer cells. It has done this with me - I have peritoneal and pleural mesothelioma and was literally on death's door! Daily I am contacted by others with Mesothelioma wanting to have Keytruda and because of the expense cannot do so. Mesothelioma cancer is brutal, aggressive and very painful, we simply do not have the time to put our life on hold until the Keytruda issue is 'debated'. Please sign and share. Thank you.
Sarah 20 years diagnosed with Mesothelioma (asbestos cancer) fighting for her life!
Sarah is only 20 years of age, married with a beautiful little son. Sarah was diagnosed with Mesothelioma, the deadly form of asbestos cancer in July 2015. She and her family are headed to Dallas next week for surgery to remove her left lung, followed by chemotherapy and radiation for several weeks. Doctors tell her that even with the surgery, she might only live two or three more years.
Lou's comment: Sarah is a very brave warrior with such inner strength and has the love of her family, friends and the Mesothelioma community. Sarah you are not on your own, we are holding your hand all the way. You will get through this!