Atlanta failure to diagnose cancer attorney Jeff Dover recently attended the OMG! Cancer Summit for Young Adults, a program of the I’m Too Young for This! Cancer Foundation, and came away very impressed with the group, its message and the positive impact it is having on young people with cancer.

The I’m Too Young for This! Cancer Foundation was founded in 2004 (originally as Steps for Living) by Matthew Zachary, who was a college senior in the mid 1990s when he was diagnosed with pediatric brain cancer and told he probably wouldn’t survive for even six months.

Well, not only did Zachary survive, but he went on to build an organization that fills a tremendous void for young adults affected by cancer, who for so long had struggled to find quality information and support resources to help them in their fight against this insidious disease. Zachary’s group takes an edgy, progressive approach in reaching out to young adults by linking the worlds of music, cancer advocacy, consumer health marketing and technology.

The I’m Too Young for This! Cancer Foundation is the nation’s largest support community for young adults (ages 15-40) affected by cancer and has a global following of hundreds of thousands of friends, fans, readers, listeners and members.
For more information about the group, please visit

One of the things that attorney Jeff Dover appreciates about the I’m Too Young for This! Cancer Foundation is its strong commitment to providing quality medical and support information to young people and their parents and caregivers about cancer.

The Dover Law Firm is also committed to providing quality information regarding cancer and has written a book, I Have Cancer…Should It Have Been Caught Earlier?, which is available at no-charge at or by going to
In addition, the Dover Law Firm has produced and uploaded well over 50 videos about different types of cancer, including breast cancer, lung cancer, colon and rectal cancer and prostate cancer. To view the videos, please go to

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