Yet we as a society have failed to institute coordinated programs of prevention and early detection. When compared with other industrialized nations such as New Zealand and Australia, the U.S. is making a marginal impact at best.
As both Brown University and The American Golf Foundation have both noted, it is the “passion, dedication and commitment” of this Foundation “to fight this disease and potentially save lives through education and early detection.”
In Charlie’s memory and in the memory of the countless thousands who were lost to this disease that we dedicate this battle. We can do no less.