This still from a 60-second spot produced by Kansas City-based advertising agency VML shows a teenage cancer patient receiving chemotherapy being confronted by his parents, who express anger and pain that his cancer has returned.
This still from a 60-second spot produced by Kansas City-based advertising agency VML shows a teenage cancer patient receiving chemotherapy being confronted by his parents, who express anger and pain that his cancer has returned. VML Agency
This still from a 60-second spot produced by Kansas City-based advertising agency VML shows a teenage cancer patient receiving chemotherapy being confronted by his parents, who express anger and pain that his cancer has returned. VML Agency

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