In a few weeks, my son Daniel and I will be getting out heads shaved — a silly stunt, yes, but it helps draw attention to childhood cancer. We’ve actually made great strides in the treatment of cancer in children, but more research dollars are needed. The St. Baldrick’s charity helps raise money to support the fight! If you’d like to contribute, please visit our team page. Believe me, both of us really need a haircut, and the fight against childhood cancer could use your help!
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