Monday, October 4, 2010

Studio Concert: Country Goes Global For Cancer Awareness

Global cancer awareness and education is the focus of the Studio Concert "Country Goes Global for Cancer Awareness" by Country Music Association Artist H-II: Stephen Michael Apatow. The 192 country global grassroots communication campaign is a part of the Millennium Medicine Project Global Cancer Initiative, promoting collaboration, unmet needs analysis and strategic planning for cancer prevention and control.

Soundtracks from the Studio Concert, are now streaming online on AirPlay Direct:


For additional information on the Millennium Medicine Project Global Cancer Initiative, visit:

HRI:UNArts - Millennium Medicine Project

Never Give Up: Cancer Journal & Resources
Facebook: Never Give Up

Country Music Association Artist H-II: Stephen Michael Apatow is founder of the Humanitarian Resource Institute and United Nations Arts Initiative. Since 1989, national project development and advocacy work included the formation of Humanitarian Resource Institute (, to "Bridge Unmet Needs to Untapped Resources." Today, this work continues through the United Nations Arts Initiative ( and global promotion of "Arts Integration Into Education." He is also a Member/Publisher: American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP).


October 2nd is LIVESTRONG Day! Find LIVESTRONG Day events in your community. Show your support, celebrate survivorship and commit to working towards a world without cancer. --


This Saturday October 2nd, friends and families across America and the world are making plans to gather and wear yellow in support of LIVESTRONG Day. SU2C stands with the LIVESTRONG Foundation and Lance Armstrong in encouraging everyone to wear yellow to raise awareness and support for the over 28 million people living with cancer worldwide. -- Wear Yellow as we Stand with Lance: LIVESTRONG Day 2010:

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