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How ‘Sex and the City’ Said Goodbye to Willie Garson’s Character in ‘And Just Like That…’ [Video]

Actor Willie Garson died earlier this year, and the Sex and the City revival, And Just Like That…, just said goodbye to his character in a heartbreaking manner. Garson had been battling pancreatic cancer and died in September after reportedly experiencing a short illness. The star appeared in many iconic TV show but was often most well-known for his role as Stanford Blatch on Sex and the City, a role he reprised in the revival. [Please note: Spoilers Below for And Just Like That…]

In Episode 3 of the new HBO Max series, it is revealed that Stanford left for Tokyo without telling Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker), his best friend for the past few decades. Following the death of her husband, Mr. Big, Stanford explained in a letter that he couldn’t face Carrie and cause her anymore sadness. “Dearest Carrie, By the time you read this I’ll be in Tokyo. I couldn’t tell you – not without crying. And you …

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Join PanCAN for Let’s Talk About: Pancreatic Cancer in the Black Community [Video]

Black Americans are more likely to be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer than any other ethnic and racial group. Researchers don't know exactly why, but they believe environmental and lifestyle factors play a role. Also, some Black patients face barriers that can hinder them from receiving care.Join PanCAN on June 22, 2022, during National Black Family Cancer Awareness Week for a free, one-hour panel discussion with members of the Black community and learn how you can advocate for yourself or a loved one facing pancreatic cancer during this free, informative event. Get your questions answered and connect with people who can help.Let’s Talk About: Pancreatic Cancer in the Black CommunityJune 22, 2022 | 2 p.m. ET / 11 a.m PThttp://pancan.org/letstalk################Do you know someone diagnosed with pancreatic cancer? The expert Patient Services case managers at PanCAN partner with patients and families at every step, offering free, personalized information and resources. Call 877-2-PANCAN, email patientservices@pancan.org or visit http://pcan.at/pty. Associates are available Monday – Friday, 7 a.m. – 5 p.m. PT. ################ CONNECT WITH USWEBSITE: http://pcan.at/PCFACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/pancanTWITTER: http://twitter.com/pancanINSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/pancanYOUTUBE: https://youtube.com/StopPancreaticCancer ################ ABOUT PANCREATIC CANCER ACTION NETWORK The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network’s (PanCAN) vision is to create a world in which all patients with pancreatic cancer will thrive. Our mission is to take bold action to improve the lives of everyone impacted by pancreatic cancer by advancing scientific research, building community, sharing knowledge, and advocating for patients.