According to the Susan G. Komen Media Center, Breast Cancer is the most common cancer in women worldwide. April founded the Breast Cancer Can Stick It Foundation, Inc., to raise money for foundations like the Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure.
Breast Cancer Can Stick It!
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This special episode features April Samuels’ Breast Cancer Can Stick It Foundation. April is a survivor of triple negative breast cancer. She had a double mastectomy in 2011 ago and is now drumming harder than ever! April tells us how she survived the most aggressive form of breast cancer with words of encouragement to others–including what her music-minded breast cancer foundation does to help.
You’ll see April and her band Metal Shop, Dallas, performing at a benefit concert in Corpus Christi, Texas. Special guests include Troy Luccketta of Tesla and Jimmy D’Anda of Bullet Boys and Lynch Mob. Drum Talk TV’s Dan Shinder MC’d the event, and interviewed April’s mother Jan as well. Jan gives her story of support in order to let others know how they can help someone else get through such a journey of uncertainty.
Troy Luccketta and Jimmy D’Anda weigh in on discussion of health, wellness and helping others and are featured along with Dan in concert footage excerpts.
Folks, you have GOT to see April Samuels’ inspirational story: In her first Drum Talk TV interview, as a survivor of triple-negative breast cancer and a double mastectomy with a punctured lung in the process, April shares her courageous story of what got her through it and how she’s back into rocking harder, and busier than ever.