Deer Valley, UT, January 24, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- YES! Beat Liver Tumors, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the support of patients diagnosed with primary or metastatic cancers of the liver, announced participation at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival in Debbie Durkin’s ECO Hideaway being held at the Stein Eriksen Lodge in Park City, Utah.
“The support YES! has received throughout the country has been tremendous and allowed our advocates to educate so many people about treatment options and support available for patients with liver tumors,” said Suzanne Lindley, co-founder and executive director of YES! who is living with terminal cancer. “We are excited about the opportunity to share our message with such an influential audience at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival.”
Lindley and YES! will attend Debbie Durkin’s ECO Hideaway exclusive celebrity event as well as provide materials to each guest in the highly anticipated gift bags that will be broadcast live by KBER radio on Monday, Jan. 23.
YES! advocates continue to bring awareness about treatment options and support for patients diagnosed with liver tumors through patient-centric and advocacy events throughout the U.S. Suzanne has also been featured as an op-ed contributor in the New York Times and Washington Post voicing her perspective as a patient facing healthcare reform.