Tuesday, August 11, 2009


As a 7-year-old cancer patient, DAN watched ironworkers spray-paint patients' names on the beams of a new DANA-FARBER building.

Today, a healthy young man, he explains what Dana-Farber means to him and joins current JIMMY FUND CLINIC patients in watching ironworkers paint names on the steel beams of what will become Dana-Farber's new clinical building, THE YAWKEY CENTER FOR CANCER CARE.

This short film will be shown in NATIONAL AMUSEMENTS movie theaters throughout New England as part of THE JIMMY FUND'S THEATRE COLLECTIONS PROGRAM.

[So well done. One of my favorite charities and campaigns.]

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