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Dan Duffy has been working in film, television, and radio for almost 20 years. Graduating from the Foundation Film program at the Vancouver Film School in 2000, he has been making documentaries, commercials, and short films since for companies big and small around the world. Prior to this, Dan spent five years as an assistant producer, sports director, production manager, and on-air talent for the nationally syndicated “Steve and DC Radio Show.” He has won numerous awards in his career, including a Telly Award Winner, a seven-time Telly Award Finalist Winner, and an AIR (Achievement in Radio) award, with two other nominations. In 2003, Dan was diagnosed with stage three testicular cancer. Through massive amounts of chemotherapy and multiple surgeries, Dan was declared cancer free seven months after his diagnosis.
9 07, 2016

Can We Stop Saying, ‘Yeah, But…’ For Five Minutes?

By | 2017-05-24T01:37:56+00:00 July 9th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

I’m really starting to take a hard look at the media...not just networks and cable, but especially pundits...some of whom I like to call the “Yeah, but” crowd. They’re the people who see a story about a tragedy, but then pull out, “Yeah, but...” to justify the actions. And this is not limited to one [...]

6 06, 2016

CancerCon, Part 5: What Do You Wish Your Caregivers Knew?

By | 2017-05-24T01:37:56+00:00 June 6th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Melinda: “Please don’t cry in front of me. Then I will ugly cry, and it will be a mess.” It’s a touchy thing being a caregiver. When to step in. When to drop back. Susan: “There will be waves of emotions. I’m crazy, but I’m not actually crazy.” The sixty-four people who participated in The [...]

24 05, 2016

CancerCon, Part 3: Things I Would Have Done Differently During Cancer

By | 2017-05-24T01:37:56+00:00 May 24th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Kalina: “I would have let my family take photos of me.” It was a punch in the gut the second the words left her lips. Kalina was one of sixty-four people who shared their stories with us during CancerCon...the largest gathering of young-adult cancer patients, survivors, and advocates in the world. When Kalina said she [...]

16 05, 2016

CancerCon, Part 2: This Is the $#!^ That Will Really Help You…

By | 2017-05-24T01:37:57+00:00 May 16th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Sarah: “You have to have someone to talk to. It’s incredibly awful to go through this without a support system.” It is one of the biggest things you don’t realize...how the people you meet will change your life. When you get diagnosed with cancer, it’s such a lonely feeling. No one could possibly know how [...]

24 04, 2016

Five Things I Wish I Knew During Cancer

By | 2017-05-24T01:37:57+00:00 April 24th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

So this coming weekend in Denver, the largest yearly gathering of young-adult cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, and providers will commence. Started by Matthew Zachary, the rockstar founder of Stupid Cancer,CancerCon is the event where hundreds of people go to learn, to talk, and to share their experiences. We are going to be one of the [...]

7 04, 2016

The War, the Journey, and the Road…

By | 2017-05-24T01:37:57+00:00 April 7th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

*Know that before reading this, I am not a doctor, and I don’t work in the medical field. There is absolutely no proven evidence to back any of this up (though I’d love a crack at seeing if I’m right). These theories are mine alone. You may agree, you may disagree, and I may very [...]

19 03, 2016

How the Kid with A.D.D. Finally Paid Attention…

By | 2017-05-24T01:37:58+00:00 March 19th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

THWACK! “Son of a...” My friends could not contain their laughter. I had just opened my basement door into my own forehead. Seriously, who does that? I reached my fingertips to the scene of the crime to check for blood. Thankfully, there was nothing external, but I had what can only be described as a [...]