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Roger Daltrey brings rock to racing at Long Beach Grand Prix

April 12, 2014

Who are you? Who, who? Who, who? For some Verizon IndyCar Series drivers, that was the question Sunday when being introduced to rock legend and The Who frontman Roger Daltrey, 70. “I think we’ve got some pretty excited team owners,” joked driver Justin Wilson, 35. “I know that for sure.” Daltrey was attending the Toyota Grand Prix of Long Beach to promote Teen Cancer Awareness, a charity he started with bandmate Pete Townshend. He also was preparing to take a ride in a specially built two-seat Indy car with racing legend Mario Andretti behind the wheel. “I have been in […]

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Roger Daltrey Attending IndyCar at Long Beach

Who’s next at Long Beach? Just the lead singer of The Who, Roger Daltrey. Daltrey’s latest amazing journey takes him to the streets of Long Beach, where the famed frontman will mix racing with philanthropy at the Toyota Grand Prix. Daltrey will attend the IndyCar Series race to raise awareness of Teen Cancer America. Daltrey, inducted in 1990 into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of The Who, co-founded Teen Cancer America with The Who bandmate Pete Townshend. The organization seeks to ensure that cancer patients throughout the United States have access to special units and […]

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Teen Stories: Meet Hernan

April 9, 2014

Meet Hernan Barangan. He was diagnosed with Acute Mylogenous Leukemia at just 15-years-old. While most people his age are busy with school activities and socializing with friends, Hernan was in and out of the hospital, waiting on a bone marrow transplant. Now a cancer survivor and aspiring filmmaker, Hernan is committed to helping people like himself. He has partnered with Teen Cancer America in hopes of traveling the nation and documenting the local stories of young cancer fighters – one from each of the 50 states. Learn more about Hernan’s journey:  Teen Cancer America: Where did you go to school? Hernan Barangan: […]

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Donate with eBay

April 7, 2014

Teen Cancer America is proud to be a part of eBay Giving Works! Through eBay Giving Works you can support teens and young adults with cancer by buying and selling on eBay. How does it work? If you’re a seller, you can list an item on eBay and choose to donate a dollar amount or a percentage of the proceeds to Teen Cancer America. If you’re a buyer, you can add a donation to your transaction to benefit Teen Cancer America as well. Learn more here and donate today!