A few weeks ago, Teen Cancer America (TCA) Ambassador Harry Hudson visited with the teens and young adult cancer patients at Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt to spread some love and encouragement. His mission was to connect with and inspire young people who are going through their cancer journey.
Harry’s connection to the cancer experience is a personal one. At the age of 20, Harry was diagnosed and treated for Hodgkins’s Lymphoma. He understands what these young people are experiencing and because of this, there’s an common bond. Harry is currently in remission and committed to giving back to the young people.
As an ambassador for TCA, Harry is able to bring awareness and the challenges this unique population faces in the health system.
Harry also uses his voice and passion to create music. His talents can be heard on his recently released debut album, “Yesterday’s Tomorrow Night.”
Harry also stopped by Seacrest Studios to talk about his life, music and give hope to those facing similar illnesses.
Many thanks to TCA ambassador Harry Hudson, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Dr. Scott Borenstein, Director of Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital’s Adolescent and Young Adult Oncology Program at Monroe Carrell Jr. Children’s Hospital, and Seacrest Studios for your hospitality!
Photo Credit: Photo: Anne Rayner; VU
In 2017, celebrity Kylie Jenner teamed up with friend Harry Hudson to announce that for her birthday, she was going to donate a portion of her proceeds to Teen Cancer America. Watch video here: