Roger Daltrey Celebrates A Decade Of The Who’s Teen Cancer America Charity

It’s been 10 years since The Who singer Roger Daltrey and guitarist Pete Townshend, along with friends including Rebecca Rothstein, Bill Curbishley and Robert Rosenberg, founded the Teen Cancer America charity. The idea back then, as it still is today: To help teenagers with cancer cope with the devastating disease’s physical and psychological effects.

“There were charities to help children with cancer, and charities to help adults with cancer, but none for adolescents,” says Daltrey in a recent Zoom interview with Forbes. “The teens got lumped in with children or adults, depending upon their ages, and that’s not fair. Young adults are in their own little

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