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Cancer Survivor and World War II Veteran Tom Mastin to Speak About the "Positive Side" of Cancer at UH Manoa

Mastin to participate in part II of

University of Hawaiʻi
Posted: Nov 12, 2003

HONOLULU — The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa‘s Counseling and Student Development Center (CSDC) and Campus Center Meetings & Events Services presents part II of the "UH Breaking Bread Together to Make a Difference Speakers Series" with an inspirational talk by guest speaker Tom Mastin. The event will be held on Monday, November 17, from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the UH Mānoa Campus Center (Rooms 306, 307, and 308).

A World War II Veteran, Mastin has survived three different types of cancer over the last three decades and is now a volunteer for the American Cancer Society where he works to increase awareness about the various aspects of terminal illness. He helped start and is a member of two support groups for cancer patients and their families—US TOO!, a support group for men with prostate cancer, and Make Today Count, a support group for people with cancer and other life threatening diseases and their families.

The "UH Breaking Bread Together to Make a Difference Speakers Series" was established to provide opportunities for self-improvement and to create an atmosphere of positivism at the UH Mānoa campus and throughout the larger island community.

For more information about the event and to register, contact Dr. Michi Fu at (808) 956-7927. There is a registration fee of $15, which includes lunch.