Roger Daltrey is a legendary singer, musician, songwriter, actor and humanitarian best known as the founder and front man of the English rock band, The Who. Roger received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2001 for outstanding artistic significance in music and The Who have seven albums on Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. Roger is also a longstanding patron of the British charity, Teenage Cancer Trust, and their successful, annual benefit concerts at Royal Albert Hall. Roger is deeply committed to raising awareness about teen cancer in the U.S. and is the driving force in creating Teen Cancer America. He aims to raise the bar on how young people with cancer are treated by establishing specialized facilities and services to help meet their physical and emotional needs.
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March – Thanks & Celebrations. From us to you! View this email in your browser Welcome to Teen Cancer America’s March Newsletter! We are continuing to celebrate ‘five’ years of transforming the lives of young people with cancer. Thank you to everyone for your continued support. We hope you get a chance … Continue reading March Newsletter
Teen Cancer America will be hosting this year’s first USA Cancer Congress joined with partner’s Teenage Cancer Trust, UK and CanTeen Australia on December 5 – 7, 2017 in Atlanta Georgia for the first Adolescent and Young Adult Congress in the USA! This conference marks the second ever global AYA Cancer Congress. The international coalition will continue with … Continue reading First Global USA Cancer Congress Hosted By Teen Cancer America!