Child and Young Adult Cancer Treatment
Vocalist Roger Daltrey of The Who talked about his charity, Who Cares, that builds cancer centers for children and… read more
Vocalist Roger Daltrey of The Who talked about his charity, Who Cares, that builds cancer centers for children and teens. Mr. Daltrey discussed the importance of the initiative and urged hospitals across the country to build their own child and teen centers. He said the centers see a 10-15 percent improvement in survival rates in their child and teen medical centers.
During the second half of the program, Mr. Daltrey responded to written questions from audience members. Fellow Who guitarist Pete Townshend, a co-founder of the charity, also participated during questions from the audience.
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*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Sterner, Sarah Cancer Survivor
- Taylor, Glenn M.D. Board Member Teen Cancer America
- Townshend, Peter Musician
- Werner, Theresa President National Press Club
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