Inspired by Roger and Pete’s passion to bring teen cancer awareness to America and improve the lives of young adults with cancer, the founding members of the Teen Cancer America organization were formed.Today we stand strong as a charity devoted to improving the lives of teenagers and young adults with cancer.After over a decade working with Teenage Cancer Trust in the UK, the duo decided to bring their passion across the pond and make a difference in the lives of teens and young adults with cancer in the United States.Read More about our Celebrity Partners or our Board of Directors.I'm sure some of what was on-screen was a show, but underneath it all they seem very honest and open.The film is largely made up of filmed instances in their lives, b-roll of their surroundings, and interviews with each individual.Burstein and her crew chronicle the lives of the students closely, capturing rare moments of beauty, truth, and doubt.Although I really liked the film, it took me a while to get into it.
Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend of The Who are the driving force behind Teen Cancer America.
I'm watching a documentary about High School and they're focusing on stereotypical teens? After a while, however, I realized that there's so much more to these people than meets the eye.
Along those lines, I was interested in Colin Clemens' story, especially with regards to his father.
Read More Teen Cancer America partners with hospitals to create youth-oriented centers for those receiving treatment.
These units provide peer support and interaction while receiving treatment at in-patient and out-patient clinics.