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Unfortunately, due to the continuing Covid 19 pandemic, we are again unable to  bring you physically together for Action Mesothelioma Day this year, but we still want to mark the date. We are holding our ‘Virtual Action Mesothelioma Day’ on Friday 2nd July 2021 on social media, Facebook and Twitter. The day starts off at 10am with an introduction from Joanne and there will be posts and videos throughout the day.

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Action Mesothelioma Day 2020

This year, due to the current pandemic, we were unable to  bring you physically together for Action Mesothelioma Day, but we still wanted to mark the date. We held ‘Virtual Action Mesothelioma Day’ on Friday 3rd July 2020 on social media. The day started off at 9am with an introduction from Joanne and there were posts and videos throughout the day. Here are a few videos from the day.

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In order to make sure mesothelioma patients and their carers get the treatment and support they deserve we need to know what people’s experiences are currently or have been. 

So please take the time to fill in this questionnaire and give us your ideas.

On completing the questionnaire you will be automatically entered into a prize draw for a Cornish Cream Tea.

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It is with great regret that we have taken a tough decision to postpone all future events including Mesothelioma in the Midlands, Workers Memorial Day, Well-being Lunches and Lighthouse Group Meetings.

We are in a situation with coronavirus (also known as COVID-19) outbreak to cancel gatherings officially as per the Government advice to date. We will always act in the best interests of our members who use our services – so while it’s appropriate to recognise the need for us to continue our focus on delivering our services, we will always balance this with our responsibility to check that the safety of our staff, volunteers and our members.

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We would like to update our service users on how we are responding to the outbreak of Covid19, (coronavirus) and how we plan to approach future decisions as the situation develops.

We will always act in the best interests of our patients, carers and family members who use our services – so while it’s appropriate to recognise the need for us to continue our focus on delivering our services, we will always balance this with our responsibility to check that the safety of our staff, volunteers and our service users.

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Women & Asbestos – International Women’s Day

Some years ago, we were given a print by a Columbian artist entitled “The Female Face of Britain’s Asbestos Catastrophe”.  The print was inspired by an original research paper by Laurie Kazan-Allen.

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