THE WHO have sold over million records since forming in ; they brought together four different personalities and in effect produced a musical hurricane. Each of them was a pioneer. Wildman drummer Keith Moon beat his kit with a chaotic elegance; stoic bassist John Entwistle held down the center with the melodic virtuosity of a solo guitarist; raging intellectual Pete Townshend punctuated the epic universality of his songs with the windmill slamming of his fingers across his guitar strings; and Roger Daltrey roared above it all with an impossibly virile macho swagger. They exploded conventional rhythm and blues structures, challenged pop music conventions, and redefined what was possible on stage, in the recording studio, and on vinyl. Deep into their 50th year, the band is still going strong, winning rave reviews. The Who as a band and its members have been supporting Teen Cancer America since its inception in During their Who Hits 50! Simon Townshend and Loren Gold further supported by coming out to the booth at every show to do a signing for fans, all in aid of Teen Cancer America.
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When an adolescent or young adult gets cancer, treatment can be challenging. At an age characterized by the beginnings of independence, the increased reliance on parents that accompanies a cancer diagnosis often complicates care. Treatment is also likely to interrupt important life events, including school , social activities, friendships, romantic relationships, and jobs.
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Enter today for your chance to meet and greet with The Who! Teams are forming and spots are limited. Click link below to register today! Our mission is to improve the experience, outcomes and survival of teens and young adults with cancer by providing facilities and programs designed especially for them in hospitals throughout the USA. We're reaching out to more young people, but we still need your help. See what we've been up to in our latest video! Teen Cancer America partners with hospitals throughout the United States to develop specialized facilities and services for teens and young adults with cancer. We build teen friendly environments, enhancing the hospital experience. We develop standards for age-targeted care, improve collaboration between pediatric and adult specialists and enable dedicated research to improve outcomes and survival for our young people.
Cancer researchers, advocates, and a cancer survivor introduce the topic of adolescent and young adult cancers. About 70, young people ages 15 to 39 are diagnosed with cancer each year in the United States—accounting for about 5 percent of cancer diagnoses in the United States. This is about six times the number of cancers diagnosed in children ages 0 to