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    The Need

    In the fall of 2016 Ben was experiencing severe headaches. On November 14, 2016 he was diagnosed with a brain tumor and immediately admitted to the hospital. Brain surgery was performed the following day and later that week the tumor was diagnosed as Glioblastoma Multiforme Grade 4, one of the most aggressive forms of brain cancer. He underwent radiation and chemotherapy but as with this aggressive cancer, it returned in September 2017. He has undergone additional surgeries of the brain and other parts of the body. In December it was discovered that the cancer has metastasized outside the brain into several parts of his body. He started experimental chemotherapy in December and has undergone very aggressive radiation to bring relief from this cancer. Please consider a shirt purchase to help, or visit Ben's website to help.

    The Sponsor

    About ComDoc: From the first day our doors were opened on October 15th, 1955, ComDoc has helped hundreds of thousands of customers grow and realize their organizational g​oals through complete document management.​​ Whether it's Xerox office equipment, Managed Print Services, workflow solutions, or Xerox production devices, ComDoc has a solution to meet your every need.

    About the Idea: Inspired by the grateful Buffalo fans who began donating to the Andy and Jordan Dalton Foundation after Dalton's clutch TD pass sent the team to the playoffs for the first time in 17 years, one of ComDoc's Buffalo employees, Scott McCarthy came up with the idea to have our Buffalo and Cincinnati offices collaborate on a sponsorship that will help two great causes. ComDoc is excited to sponsor the current 26 Shirts design, Special Edition: "Thank You". In addition to the sponsorship, ComDoc's Cincinnati, Buffalo and Corporate offices will be donating to both causes (thanks to Tim Combs, Scott Corcoran and Gordy Opitz) that the shirt benefits, the Andy and Jordan Dalton Foundation and the WNY Perinatal Bereavement Network.