Actor Bradley Cooper has joined the battle against cancer.
The star has become an advocate for people with cancer, teaming up with Sean Parker’s Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy, reported Page Six.
Cooper’s father Charles Cooper died in 2011 of lung cancer.
“You sit in this La-Z-Boy with the IV drip. As you’re walking the hall, you see so many people that are alone. It’s a horrific environment, and I just keep thinking how lucky my dad was that he had somebody like me to walk him through this horrible ordeal,” Cooper recalled while speaking at a panel at the Town & Country Philanthropy Summit earlier this month.
He said that he realized that there is not “a wealth of patient care” so he is trying to improve that.