Living with cancer video

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Living with cancer video 
This video we are creating is to portray the mind set of a person who's been diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma (Blood Cancer). Most people diagnosed are in their 60's, about to retire or have just retired. The baby boomer generation!

The script depicts their "life" as a baby boomer and the "life" that is still to come, even after being diagnosed with a terminal, yet manageable, cancer. Take the drug that we are pitching will help extend their lives and is much more manageable/tolerable then chemo. Their quality of life will be better.

The voice we are picturing for this would be along the lines of a more soothing yet strong type…. a sort of Jeff-Bridges-like (kind of a younger Winnie the Pooh voice). For casting, I would still like to hear both male or female, middle-age, understated story-telling style. 
2015-08-27 15:27:39 GMT
2015-08-28 12:00:00 (GMT -05:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada) 
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Project Parameters

The Voice Actor should be located in:
Fixed - USD 500
Others (on-camera, infomercials, live announcers, spokespersons)
English - USA and Canada
Middle Age Female OR Middle Age Male OR Senior Female OR Senior Male
• Audio files must be delivered via email
There are no special pre-, post-, or production requirements for this project.
Not defined
The voice seeker is willing to hire either union or non-union talents for this project

Script Details

custom demo required 
To put ourselves in the minds of the patients, we don’t start with refractory multiple myeloma.

We don’t start with cancer at all.

We don’t start with an “old person.”

We have to go way back to October 9, 1947.

Congratulations. You’ve been born a baby boomer. You can expect to live a pretty charmed life.

You’re the second of 4 children. You go to school, grow up. You protest the Vietnam war. You inhale. You meet Sheryl. You know before she speaks that she is your one and only. You’re married within the year.

Your family grows. You spend summers teaching your kids how to swim and the winters teaching them how to skate.

Over the past several years, you’ve gone through a number of important life passages.

15 years ago, your father dies, suddenly, of a heart attack.

10 years ago, your youngest child leaves for university.

8 years ago, your mother begins a long, slow decline that eventually leads to her death.

6 year ago, your first grandchild is born.

4 years ago, you retire.

You are now well into the fourth quarter of your life, and you know it. You have a very clear picture of how you want this chapter to unfold.

And then, all of a sudden, you start to get sick. After several doctors and several tests, you get a diagnosis: multiple myeloma.

You need to figure out how cancer is going to fit into your vision for your fourth quarter.

We are competing against the mindset that cancer treatment will take as much from you as the disease can… that treating cancer has to suck. And the more it sucks, the better it works.

That mindset doesn’t make sense when you’re in the fourth quarter. Because when you’re in the fourth quarter, you’re acutely aware that you are never going to be as young as you are today. You can’t wait to put your plans into action.

You need a treatment that’s going to let you live your life today. Not put it on hold.

Deloximab stands alone in being able to deliver on the promise that you can live your fourth quarter as you’ve lived the first, second and third. On your own terms.

Because this is my time. I’ll spend it my way. 
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