02 Feb Regional Mexican â€˜bandaâ€™ heartthrob Cesar Brizuela joined PADRES Contra El Cancer (PADRES), for a visit at Childrenâ€™s Hospital in Los Angeles
Vesper Public Relations. Los Angeles February 02, 2011. Regional Mexican â€˜bandaâ€™ heartthrob singer songwriter Cesar Brizuela visited Childrenâ€™s Hospital in Los Angeles last week as a special invitation by PADRES Contra El CancerÂ® (PADRES), a non-profit organization committed to improve the quality of life for Latino children with cancer and their families.
The singer songwriter toured several patientsâ€™ rooms sharing time with the children and their families, handing out photos, CDs, T-shirts and signing autographs. When asked to describe the best part about the hospital visit, Brizuela said, â€œI enjoyed bringing joy to each of the children.â€
Cesar Brizuela just released his new single titled â€œMe Llego El Amorâ€ off his new album of the same title that is now available on iTunes on Morena Music distribution.
Listen to Cesar Brizuelaâ€™s single â€œMe Llego El Amorâ€
Cesar Brizuela has performed in high profiled events such as : Telemundo & mun2 â€˜Descargaâ€™ 2009 performance at CityWalk, Fiesta Broadway 2009 on AT&T stage, he also appeared on the leading Hispanic television network shows on Telemundo & Univision, in addition to leading youth oriented cable networks such as MTV Tr3s and Mun2.
About PADRES Contra El Cancer (parents against cancer)
For 25 years, PADRES Contra El Cancer has been dedicated to improving the lives of Latino children with cancer and their families. As the only organization of its kind operating within the United States, PADRES brings together children, families, healthcare professionals and community leaders to promote a comprehensive understanding of childhood cancer and other blood disorders as well as effective methods for treatment. Though programs, activities and services are primarily oriented to the Latino community, PADRES serves childhood cancer patients from all races and ethnic origins. No family is turned away. To learn more about PADRES’ life-saving mission, please visit www.IAmHOPE.org.
Photo: Courtesy of PADRES Contra El CÃ¡ncerÂ® (PADRES)
Cesar Brizuela with Bone marrow transplant patient Destiny @ Childrenâ€™s Hospital Los Angeles
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