Tackling Lung Cancer: Team Draft Visits Chicago

“Lung cancer came into my house, and it took my wife. Too many families are affected by this horrible disease.  It’s time to respond,” said CDFF founder, Chris Draft, of his Team Draft initiative.  “That’s why Keasha and I launched Team Draft.  She wanted to be an inspiration to those battling the disease and we wanted to raise awareness so that other families wouldn’t have to go through what we went through. Team Draft is committed to changing the face of lung cancer, but it takes a team to tackle cancer.”

Team Draft is back on the move, and visiting Chicago as part of a Midwest leg  of a nationwide public awareness campaign to change the face of lung cancer.  The visit to Chicago will include stops at three of the nations’s top cancer research and treatment facilities, Rush University Medical Center and Northwestern University’s Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center, and also the University of Chicago Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Team Draft will share amazing stories from Chicagoans who are Changing the Face of Lung Cancer, and video of phenomenal doctors and researchers at these facilities who are Tackling Lung Cancer, one breath at a time. Respond and Donate

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One Response to “Tackling Lung Cancer: Team Draft Visits Chicago”

  1. Dana Lane Says:

    Hi, I am a victim also of being robbed of a family member to lung cancer. I lost my mom to lung cancer, she was only 37. Since then I have lost 2 aunts and 1 uncle her sisters and brother all to lung cancer. Another aunt (sister)has been recently diagnosied with the same type of Cancer. My grandmother,died of a brain tumor and my grandfather of throat cancer. All in one family! I agree we need to change the Face of Lung Cancer,Cancer period. I have started a Charity fashion show which has benefitted St. Louis Childrens Hospital, Children with Cancer to show my support in reserch. I would love to team up with others who would love to understand this disease and tackle it down,full force. I would love to learn more about your foundation and perhaps even team up together and have a fashion show for both of our foundations. Lets wipe this horrible dis-ease out once and for all! It all starts with education.

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