Facebook Raise Awarness On Mesothelioma Cancer

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If you are a fan of the social networking site Facebook, I hope that you are linked into the many survivors, supporters, groups and victims that are posting regularly there. If you don’t already have a Facebook page, setting one up is easy. Just go to www.facebook.com and the easy instructions on the home page will walk you through the steps. There are lots of new and improved privacy controls that you can set so that you don’t have to share more information than you want to. The nice thing about Facebook is that you accept and approve “friends” who can see your information.

MyMeso has a Facebook page, and I invite you to join us. You can visit our page here: http://tinyurl.com/ydl5xhd
Our good friend Debbie Brewer in the UK is online on Facebook. Just search for her name and you’ll come to her profile. She recently has started a Facebook fan page for Dr. Thomas Vogl, the groundbreaking researcher who is pioneering chemoembolization as a treatment for . Those familiar with Debbie’s story know that she has had great success with chemoembolization under Dr. Vogl’s care. You can visit his page here:  http://tinyurl.com/yeq5969
There also is a group set up to honor Debbie herself! You can find it by clicking this link: http://tinyurl.com/ychey9g
There is a special event planned for this Friday, Jan. 15, to celebrate Debbie, as well. “Raise a Glass to Debbie” asks everyone to raise a toast in honor of Debbie’s work as an activist for awareness and the fight for a cure. The event will occur between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. and it doesn’t matter where in the world you are – the UK, the U.S., Australia, or any point on the globe – just join in!