Justin Miller is a typical 9 year-old. He likes to build forts, have dance parties with his friends, go to Cub Scouts, eat pizza, and joke around with his older sister. But Justin is a little different. He has had Stage 4 Neuroblastoma Cancer since he was 3 years-old, and has been involved with cutting edge experimental treatments ever since. The cancer has subsided and returned four times. He is blind in one eye from the pressure of the tumor. His only complaint is this interferes with his Lego skills.
Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C) is a groundbreaking initiative created to accelerate innovative cancer research that will get new therapies to patients quickly and save lives now.
Building on two historic fundraising telecasts in 2008 and 2010, Stand Up To Cancer returned to primetime television on Friday, September 7. $81 million has been pledged so far in connection with the star-studded "roadblock" fundraising telecast to accelerate ground-breaking research and bring new treatments to patients as quickly as possible, including pediatric cancer patients through the creation of a new pediatric cancer research "Dream Team."
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