My Mom had it. Thankfully, she beat it.
My Father in Law had it.
My best friends Mom had it. And although she fought the good fight for several years, she passed away from it.
My friend fought it, twice, and lost.
We all know somebody, or will know somebody who will get cancer one day. I don't know what the statistics are but most likely most of us will deal with cancer in the future. And cancer doesn't give a crap if you're white or black, male or female, rich or poor, good looking or ugly, Red Sox fan or Yankee fan. It is an indiscriminate killer that just keeps coming.
And while there have been fantastic advancements in treatments and medicine there is still such a long, LONG way to go.
Which brings me to my brother from a different Mother Josh and his beautiful, saint of a wife Amy. (If you know Josh, you KNOW this woman is a saint.) This year is the 4th year of Project Cupid, an event Amy started to raise money to fight cancer and have a great time all in the same night.
If you live in or near the city of Boston, please make plans to support this incredible event for such a worth while cause. There will be good looking women and men auctioned off for dates, sports memorabilia to be won, great food and drinks to be had, and a chance to see Josh dressed up.
Which happens approximately once a year.
You can read about the event here http://www.project-cupid.org/ and you can visit their Facebook page here https://www.facebook.com/projectcupid. And if you can't attend, click on the link where you can make a donation.
Because one day in the not too distant future, hopefully during the lifetime of my children, people will be able to talk about this disease that used to kill thousands and thousands of people every year and thanks to events like Project Cupid?
It doesn't anymore.
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