Josh Sommer

Co-founder and Executive Director, Chordoma Foundation

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Co-founder and Executive Director of the Chordoma Foundation; sufferer of a rare bone cancer of the skull and spine, he works in a research lab

Josh Sommer on KCRW

The annual meeting of the  American Society of Clinical Oncology  brings together the latest on cancer research and treatment.  Patients and their families pray for news of a…

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