A hockey fan has been gifted a medical scholarship after telling equipment manager for the Vancouver Canucks about a cancerous mole on his neck. John Iadarola and Ana Kasparian break it down on The Damage Report.
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Read more here: https://www.npr.org/2022/01/03/1069935191/canucks-manager-skin-cancer-fan-scholarship
"An NHL staffer had a cancerous mole removed after a fan of the opposing team spotted it from the stands and urged him to get it checked out. He now credits her with saving his life, and the teams are awarding her a scholarship for medical school this fall.
It all began on Oct. 23 at the Seattle Kraken’s first-ever home game against the Vancouver Canucks, according to the league. Brian "Red" Hamilton, an assistant equipment manager for the Canucks, was clearing off the bench when a young woman seated nearby noticed a suspicious mole on the back of his neck."
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