I had no idea what to expect, but what I felt was a sense of pure dedication and purpose. These highly skilled and honorable gynecological oncologists are also gifted with musicality. They use their events and cd inserts as a vehicle to start the conversation about ovarian cancer. Their music though is for the masses. They are a rock band through and through!
Please link to their homepage for more about their music, their movie and their mission.
N.E.D. The Band
I want to thank Deborah Binder for hosting the event in beautiful Edmonds, WA to raise funds for
Seattle F.O.R.C.E. Facing Our Risk of Cancer Empowered and National Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer Week
Here is a note from Deborah.... "I am so glad that you were able to attend the NED movie and that you enjoyed it.
Most gyn-oncs know N.E.D. because they have played many times at the national oncology conferences around the USA. I first heard them one year in D.C. at the National Ovarian Cancer Alliance meeting. I know that my doc.--Dr. Goff and Dr. Muntz know them.
Last October I traveled to Portland to see the movie--a fundraiser for the Southern Washington and Oregon Ovarian Cancer Alliance. After I saw it I knew that I wanted to do a similar event for OVCA Awareness month in 2014. I rented the Edmonds Theater (it's where I live and I wanted to use a small hometown theatre not a megaplex) and I rented the movie from Spark Media".
if you live in the D.C. area........
Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz is hosting a movie event in D.C. on October 1, 2014. Please spread the word so that more money can be allocated to fight these cancers.
N.E.D. The Movie Screenings link
Peace and Blessings,