The Pacific Meso Center Saturday, May 3 at
Byblos Mediterranean Restaurant in Westwood, California for an evening of delicious food, belly dancing
and prizes to help raise money for mesothelioma research.
The evening will be hosted by mesothelioma patient and owner, Mikhaiel
Mikhaiel along with The
Pacific Meso Center. Mikhaiel was diagnosed with malignant pleural mesothelioma in November
of 2013, and is glad to have this opportunity to raise money and awareness
to benefit mesothelioma research.
Tickets are $25 and all proceeds will be donated to benefit important
stem cell research conducted by The Pacific Meso Center’s laboratory at the Pacific
Heart, Lung & Blood Institute.
“This evening gives people in the mesothelioma community a different
bonding experience in a beautiful Mediterranean setting,” said the
Pacific Meso Center executive director Clare Cameron. “We invite
everyone to join us for a different, fun event, while helping to support
our cutting-edge mesenchymal mesothelioma research program, to help those
suffering from this devastating form of cancer.”
The Pacific Meso Center (PMC), a division of PHLBI, provides education,
advocacy and research, for patients with malignant pleural mesothelioma,
an asbestos- related cancer, affecting the lining of the chest, the pleura.
For more information, please visit Pacific Meso Center’s