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Here We Go: A tale of living, learning and loving with brain cancer

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Here We Go: A tale of living, learning and loving with brain cancer
In early 2020, Eric Goldstein saw his doctor about a seemingly-routine vision problem and walked away with a diagnosis that would turn his life upside-down. Informed he had an aggressive brain cancer known as Glioblastoma, Eric was thrown into a world of procedures, experimental treatments and a sudden confrontation with his mortality. A successful trial attorney and community theater stalwart in the Detroit region, Eric will be performing this “One-Eric” production reflecting on life, death, family, meaning and more. This event is a fundraiser for Henry Ford's Game On Cancer

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