Sonstein Sunday: 9/11 Male Breast Cancer / World Cares Foundation

posted by Shelli S. - 

This week on the award winning Sonstein Sunday:

Rocktober is breast cancer awareness month. While we usually think of women when it comes to breast cancer, some men get it too. Male breast cancer is NOT rare at all in the 9/11 community. Q104.3 listener Nat Spencer worked for Barclays Capital for 25 years. He went back to work below Canal Street days after 9/11 when the EPA declared the air was safe. Nat is now fighting numerous health issues, including breast cancer. He joins me Sunday @ 6:55, along with 9/11 attorney Michael Barasch.

Nat Spencer, Michael Barasch

At 7:10: Lisa Orloff is the founder of the World Care Foundation, which was formed after Lisa volunteered 17 years ago after September 11th. Her organization helps train first responders so that our responses to disasters are more coordinated AND safe for the volunteers. WCF has a great event coming up Rocktober 29th, on the 6th anniversary of Superstorm Sandy: the Iron Skillet Cook off, teaming 5 FDNY’ers with 5 celeb chefs, all competing for the best dish. Tickets are available at worldcares.org

Lisa joins me to talk about the event and her great organization. Thank you Lisa, for your good work!!

Lisa Orloff

Listen to me every Sunday at 6:55 am on Q104.3, or anytime, on my Sonstein Sessions podcast on the iHeartRadio app!

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