Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Relay for Life

I am now the entertainment committee co-chair and logistics co-chair for the Hollywood Relay for Life benefitting American Cancer Society. Sounds fancy, but in reality I showed up and offered to pitch in, so it will be a busy few months. And all my friends can expect emails to get involved. It's worthwhile. I knew

Michael Quinn, 35 years old, head of PhD program at UW, died of non-Hodgkins Lymphoma

Elizabeth Stetson, 31 years old, actress and all around wonderful funny person, breast cancer metastasized to her brain

Tom Neumiller, 62 I think, acting and directing professor at Stony Brook, esophogeal cancer

Beve Lincoln, early sixties, family friend, bone cancer. Discovered at stage 4, and had gone to a doctor many times. When the doctor named it, he said a med-school student should have been able to figure it out earlier.

Thomas Broscoe, 35, malignant melanoma

For kids born today, 1 in 2 males, and 1 in 3 females, will be diagnosed with some type of cancer.

I'm sure you know people, too.

1 comment:

Rik said...

I would like to know if the Thomas Broscoe mentioned here lived in San Francisco in the 1990's? Could anyone who knows, please let me know: