Miles for Meso is a 5K race and fun run and walk for mesothelioma awareness and research.Learn More
About Miles For Meso
Miles for Meso is a 5K race and fun run and walk for mesothelioma cancer awareness and research. It is an advocacy initiative of the SHC Foundation. Since launching in 2009, there have been multiple annual Miles for Meso races in Illinois, Washington, Ohio, Virginia, Florida and more.
Collectively, Miles for Meso races have raised more than $925,000 in proceeds benefiting multiple mesothelioma charities including the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation, the Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization, and the Meso Program at Penn Medicine.
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Using Education, Advocacy and Community
ADAO Co-Founder and President Linda Reinstein explains what it was like to lose her husband Alan to mesothelioma, a cancer she hadn’t heard of before. Finding out his death could’ve been prevented has fueled her 20-year fight to ban asbestos and prevent all asbestos-related diseases.
Each year at Miles for Meso, Linda looks forward to joining a community of mesothelioma survivors and warriors to raise awareness about the dangers of asbestos exposure and walk together with a shared experience and purpose.
“Miles for Meso has been an amazing resource for ADAO. I love Simmons Hanly Conroy. They are so genuine,” Linda explained. “The funds are remarkable. They help us to continue our 20-year mission of preventing exposure to eliminate all asbestos caused diseases.”
Hear Linda’s story now and learn how she uses education, advocacy and community to support the countless of other Alans out there.
About the SHC Foundation
Miles for Meso is an advocacy project of the SHC Foundation’s Meso Committee, which is dedicated to helping patients and families impacted by mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases. The SHC Meso Committee helps leading researchers, treatment specialists and community advocates throughout the country by supporting their search for a mesothelioma cure and work to secure a total U.S. asbestos ban.