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Hello welcome to -- dog I'm Dr.
Manny for decades -- who'll have been entertaining fans around the world.
But their latest -- -- goes beyond music.
Joining me now is legendary rock star and a driving force behind teen cancer America.
Roger -- thank you for being here -- what an -- of what an honor.
How I get to the facts right away what -- teen cancer American -- that well.
-- some -- that the based on something I've been doing in in England.
Full of them lasts 215.
He is will be supporting the charity called teenage cancer trust.
Which was started by my Doctor Who recognized.
Within -- system.
But both -- medical care.
That the age group from thirteen to 25.
-- very very specific that -- -- children and my on the adults.
And when I went if if -- -- fortunate enough to get cancer they tend to suffer some of the most aggressive cancers.
Because of -- just in the -- -- -- jeans and and I don't think he's going crazy you know -- I was -- -- They tend to suffer.
Badly from late diagnosis -- -- select active.
And make it very -- consistent.
And and what what we do we do in the teenage cancer trust is that we has stressed we wouldn't have specific units where the -- group.
Complete with the people with cancer.
Think that put together so we can will be together and go -- from the -- education problems is kind of psychological problems these he was living with it.
The parents have come from the same thing to do we found he's given the huge benefit.
We we we did in college junior who now but we reckon it's up to 210% improvement on the medicine we don't do -- we provide.
But since he's been deployed forces specialists support -- we.
You know activities.
Things like that within and and and who also got teenage friendly environment.
Not a Children's Hospital you know I think it's.
Field -- that a child should have.
-- -- You know when you look around children's hospitals.
-- to be honest you have fabulous medicine do you have fabulous hospitals.
And I've moved around quite a few now.
I found it very difficult to find anything.
He's actually T nice friendly and I'm so it's -- ambition now mission.
22 might -- -- America a gold standard.
A stamp of a proven -- This age group thirteen to 25.
-- separated out.
And studied and treated its specifically.
Health and healing.
Has basically two components in my opinion as a practicing position one is.
The physical medicine -- you talking about surgery drugs.
And the other point is your mind.
If you're not in an environment.
That makes you mind think positive positive thoughts.
Nothing's gonna we're gonna that's when you do that's exactly right that's what you'd eliminate the fear of going to host that's what you don't -- you know you didn't you create an environment where.
Missing nine is can actually cited I don't morning got to them -- -- -- -- mix with people who community.
You started the revolution all over again I got it -- -- -- -- I know -- -- more than that.
Let me issue.
It didn't tell me how what kind of reception are you getting.
Here I mean I put the -- sister is a very different.
My house we've we've got to -- -- Even in England Britain we've got assumption system so everybody gets that the government pays for everything right and so it -- to get some medicine.
And don't hit it in Britain we've had some builds.
Every hospital unit we've got we've got 25 we've got another.
I think no I mean if he is being built at the moment.
We've had to fight for every -- every kind of glass and things aren't so it was a very -- consistent -- -- -- aware.
And do the ones we have got they've given the spicy hospitals and we've been provided -- services.
-- -- When you look at this kind of finances of this piece is cheap -- -- -- -- but this is cheap.
-- -- money for a very big result.
So it's so it makes sense and a -- got -- got one in but UCLA which was continues up fundamentalism be it.
I'm just trying to get some -- -- Cooper is important to understand this -- accused of follow up question that I have I mean.
You know you're a legend -- and artists you have influenza so many people around the world and continues -- that would give music.
You're renting a project that is.
These it's hard.
Why are you doing it what drives you -- be noticed because -- but -- and by field.
-- not everything's going to be so blood products and everything right and it's the quality of life that we should be worried about not just is just.
The curious -- -- you're going through it specially for this -- group.
-- -- educational programs that you -- -- -- that their exams but homes futures kind of been -- away from them.
These enormous -- I thought I just found it you know broken moral reasons is right and -- didn't work very how would you work.
-- who have who puts on Saturday night -- love to be active.
And just and you get something new as many as we had to -- -- this Marxist -- essentially.
This makes sense site -- an absolute -- -- it was I want how can people get involved.
The cup -- cancer America don't -- -- and if you if you were parent of the team with cancer.
I'm sure he's human other programs that they can there's things that they can pick up from from -- website dedicated considerable in these states some.
You know I'm -- we we work hand in glove with -- can.
The teenage cancer trust in Britain.
You know live to quote everything they've moved to 23 years is available to -- coming from some improvement move from that time of course.
So yes they they can go to the website you can go to the website.
And make donations to you might want nations.
And we've -- on begun here we've got.
UCLA's -- so this unit.
And in it.
Yeah I -- -- in and -- patients.
-- talking to listen Children's Hospital Cleveland.
Million unit you can aren't even getting -- -- and she when she once you sit down with the with the oncologists and wouldn't you know all the people involved on the full.
This is just in the -- -- program we're just.
Just went and just this age group would make -- this have a -- -- night put it to good use we learn -- learn something.
Right right well listen I I I thank you for doing this I think everybody should just go out and check.
That the web site.
Teen cancer America dot org you should donate.
And just when you -- -- you have a child.
That has and disability especially when it comes to cancer you can -- a lot of resources and tools and information.
And I I think you led the fire.
And the nineties yet might today's human he just might alleviate the isolation right missed that one of the things that -- -- just.
There's you know you've taken its opportunities just.
The hardest thing for parents to get into the -- to talk to them right not only to make it somewhat vulnerable women get told they built this dreadful disease Cisco we moved.
Which is the worst possible thing.
-- -- it.
Thank you so much for being here.
Thank you so much for giving us information -- -- the greatest I am honor and I think every -- and doesn't listen to you today.
Is going to be I think he's going to be great success thank you.
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