Striding toward a cure for asbestos and dust related disease this June

About Our Event

Registration is now open for our 4th annual Meso March in June! This event is a walk to acknowledge and support people and families living with Mesothelioma and those who have experienced the consequences of this terrible disease.

Mesothelioma or “Meso” is a rare cancer with a terminal prognosis caused by asbestos exposure. The Meso March is an important event that connects our team with the people directly affected by Mesothelioma and offers a wonderful opportunity to raise awareness of the challenges and impacts of this disease.

If you would like to know more about our work and research, please click here.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Event details


Sunday June 16th 2024


Registrations wil start at 9:30 am. The walk commences at 10 am – 11 am.

March Route

The walk with start at Edwards Park, Concord then circle around to Queen Elizabeth Park, Concord and finally back to Edwards Park.

Registration Location

Our registration table will be set up in Edwards Park, Concord on the Brewer Street side. Please see the map below for more details.


There will be light refreshments provided following the march.


What to bring?


You should wear whatever you feel most comfortable in however we would suggest for you to wear sneakers, walking pants and a comfortable shirt. Please note that we will provide an ADDRI cap on the morning of the event.


If you would like to donate...

Having all the discoveries in the world are meaningless if they can’t translate into direct patient outcomes. Patients with mesothelioma, as with any cancer, want to know what the future holds. Having a clinical element to ADDRI means that we can be involved in changes that will not only impact on patients now – but also the next generation of patients with mesothelioma.

Thank you for supporting us in our mission to bridge the gap between the laboratory and real-world impact. Please donate here

Donations over $2 are gratefully received and fully tax deductible.

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