the one hundred 2014 Videos
Take a look back at the one hundred 2014, with a video recap of the event, the five videos presented during the evening, and the individual stories from the “Everyday Amazing” and “Youth Empowerment & Philanthropy” videos. Share them with your family and friends, make a gift in someone’s honor, or nominate your cancer hero for the 2015 the one hundred today!
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Turning the Exception into the Rule | Cycle of Discovery | BOTSOGO | Everyday Amazing | Youth Empowerment & Philanthropy | Cape Air | Caring for a Cure | Dan Dewey | Grace Cohen | Shore Country Day Boys Basketball Team | Nicole Neville and Paige Shin | Winter Vinecki
the one hundred 2014
A video recap of the seventh annual the one hundred, narrated by long-time Boston news anchor and one hundred 2014 honoree Susan Wornick.
Turning the Exception into the Rule
Featuring Rose Murphy, a 13-year pancreatic cancer survivor, philanthropist and 2014 honoree; Keith D. Lillemoe, MD, surgeon-in-chief and chief of the Department of Surgery at Mass General and a 2014 honoree; and Daniel A. Haber, MD, PhD, director of the Mass General Cancer Center. This video follows Rose’s inspiring story and demonstrates why early detection makes all the difference. Read more about: Rose Murphy | Keith Lillemoe
Cycle of Discovery
Jordan Rich, radio host and 2014 honoree, investigates the “cycle of discovery” to understand how researchers are making progress in the fight against cancer. Featuring 2014 honorees Eric S. Lander, PhD; Gaddy A. Getz, PhD; LUNGevity Foundation (represented by Rebecca S. Heist, MD, MPH); and Dejan Juric, MD. Read more about: Jordan Rich | Eric Lander | Gaddy Getz | LUNGevity Foundation | Dejan Juric
Featuring the BOTSwana Oncology Global Outreach (BOTSOGO) team, a 2014 honoree, this video transports viewers from Boston to Botswana, where collaboration is helping to save lives in the cancer crisis that has followed the AIDS epidemic. Read about BOTSOGO
Dedicated to 2013 honoree Ann Murray Paige and featuring 2014 honorees Cape Air, Caring for a Cure and Dan Dewey, this video illustrates how the smallest gesture can sometimes make the biggest difference for patients and their families going through a cancer diagnosis and treatment.
More video: Ann Murray Paige’s full speech from the 2013 the one hundred | Cape Air | Caring for a Cure | Dan Dewey
Read more about: Ann Murray Paige | Cape Air | Caring for a Cure | Dan Dewey
Youth Empowerment & Philanthropy
Featuring some of the youngest honorees in the class of 2014, this video tells the stories of Grace Cohen, Shore Country Day Boys Basketball Team, Nicole Neville, Paige Shin and Winter Vinecki, and follows a common thread: resilience, hope and the will to make a difference.
Individual videos: Grace Cohen | Shore Country Day Boys Basketball Team | Nicole Neville and Paige Shin | Winter Vinecki
Read more about: Grace Cohen | Shore Country Day Boys Basketball Team | Nicole Neville and Paige Shin | Winter Vinecki
Ann Murray Paige at the 2013 the one hundred
Caring for a Cure
Shore Country Day Boys Basketball Team
Nicole Neville and Paige Shin
We hope you were inspired by the videos from the 2014 the one hundred. Share them with your family and friends, and remember, it’s never too late make a gift to the one hundred, and it’s never too soon to nominate your cancer hero for the 2015 the one hundred!