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Sean Griffin

1 Year Ago

Please Consider Helping Me Support A Friend And Lymphoma Research

I had it easy when I was diagnosed with cancer in 2007. My children were mostly grown, I had lived to a ripe age of 58, and I didn't require chemo. My friend Rachelle, (who has modeled for me) is just 28, wasn't so lucky. She has two young children at home and is working on a degree. She was diagnosed in November 2012 - just one day before her husband deployed to Afghanistan, and chemo has become part of her life.

Rachelle is a trouper. I'm honored to count her among my friends. Join me as I walk in support of Rachelle and the Lymphoma Research Foundation's mission to eradicate lymphoma and to serve those touched by this disease. Here's where you can help: I had it easy when I was diagnosed with cancer in 2007. My children were mostly grown, I had lived to a ripe age of 58, and I didn't require chemo. My friend Rachelle, who is just 28, wasn't so lucky. She was diagnosed in November 2012 - just one day before her husband deployed to Afghanistan, and chemo has become part of her life. Rachelle is a trouper. No matter how good or ill she feels on a given day, she continues to raise her two young children, study for a degree, and model. I'm honored to count her among my friends. Join me as I walk in support of Rachelle and the Lymphoma Research Foundation's mission to eradicate lymphoma and to serve those touched by this disease.

Thanks,

Sean

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