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Saturday, April 21 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Ain’t Life Sweet? Four People Who’ve Lived to Talk About Death, in Conversation with Dear World’s Founder RX Fogarty. Conversation 1135

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An intimate conversation with four people who've lived to tell about their experiences with mortality.

1. Paige More is a previvor. At 22, she was told she had an 87 percent chance of developing breast cancer. She underwent a voluntary double mastectomy at 23.

2. Angel Colon went to the Orlando Pulse nightclub on a normal Saturday night to celebrate with friends. He woke up in a hospital room with multiple gunshot wounds and spent nearly two months there.

3. Ray Young, former NBA and UCLA basketball star woke up from a coma after two weeks. He collapsed on a basketball court.

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RX Fogarty

Fogarty is the founder and CEO of Dear World. Dear World’s recognized narrative facilitation process aligns remarkable stories within a team to the values | of the organization. Fogarty is a journalist by training, and knows that when teams care about each other more than the... Read More →

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Angel Colon

Colon went to the Orlando Pulse nightclub on a normal Saturday night to celebrate with friends—he woke up in a hospital room with multiple gunshot wounds and spend nearly two months there. Born and raised in Massachusetts, and a current resident of Orlando, Florida, Colon is a 27-year... Read More →
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Paige More

More is a 25 year-old, two-time Emmy Award-winning TV producer. In January of last year, she underwent a voluntary preventative double mastectomy procedure after tests indicated she carried the BRCA 1 gene mutation, denoting an 87 percent chance of developing breast cancer. After... Read More →
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Ray Young

Young, former NBA and UCLA basketball star, is an entrepreneur based in California. A basketball standout at UCLA and also an NBA player, Young still plays often in retirement. Last year, during a pick-up basketball game, Young’s heart stopped and he spent two days in a coma.


Saturday April 21, 2018 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Norris Theater, presented by Newstory, Signing Area 5