Cancer. We all know someone who has it or we know someone who knows someone who has it. Either way, it’s a subject that is kind of taboo. Firstly, the majority of the population think when they first hear the big C-word is that you’re going to be bald, you only get cancer when you’re old and you probably (hopefully not) will die.
Josalin Dunn presents the Humanitarian of the Decade Award to Dr. Daniel Vasella at Life Fest 2010.
Josalin Dunn at the NIH Pediatric & Wild-type GIST Clinic
Here is a video from Life Fest 2006. The video features speeches from special guest speakers: Josalin Dunn, pediatric GIST patient, Dr. Daniel Vasella, CEO of Novartis, and David Epstein, President of Novartis Oncology: [...]
Josalin Dunn is not your average 8-year-old girl. It’s not because she comes from a family of seven children. It is not because she has cancer. It is because she has remained bright-eyed and optimistic — despite the twists and turns she has had to endure during her young life in Fort Meyers, Fla.