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Published on Nov 4, 2009
Let's face it. We all know someone with cancer or have been touched by it in some way or another. My friend George Lin died at age 37 of Pheochromocytoma, a rare tumor of the adrenal gland. My father and aunt died within a few months of each other - both from the BIG C. But it doesn't have to be the taboo BIG C anymore. Let's make it cancer with the little c, and change the way we talk about and view it. George was not only a friend, he also devoted his life to the San DIego Asian Film Foundation (SDAFF), as a witty, funny and amazing spirit. His story inspired this year's SDAFF theme of "Cancer Awareness." Please watch this -- be AWARE and SHARE it with at least one person you love. It could save their lives...or yours.
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