Royal Mountain Records Co-Founder Celebrates Cancer Scare In Song
"I BEAT CANCER AND WROTE A SONG ABOUT IT!” begins a post by Adam “Bix” Berger, the co-founder of Toronto’s Royal Mountain Records, before posting a link to Dance On The Bones and its video. All proceeds will go to a cancer program for teens and young adults at New York’s Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, which treated him.
“MSK created an Adolescent and Young Adult (AYA at MSK) program which unites experts across 16 specialties, including medicine, surgery, social work, sexual health, and survivorship to help meet those challenges. The goal is simple: providing the best care for MSK patients ages 15 to 39,” it states on the web site. “...Because cancer is rare in this age group, people may not think much of their symptoms, and local doctors may not suspect cancer because they see so few cases across their careers — or even none at all.” – Continue reading and watch the animated song video on the Samaritanmag website.