Richard Sherman's cancer 'rant' goes viral, tops 100,000 views

May 5, 2014 Swedish News

One week ago today, we posted a YouTube video of Seattle Seahawks star Richard Sherman sounding off on cancer as part of the Swedish Cancer institute’s campaign to spread the word about the launch of its new Personalized Medicine Program.

We had no idea the video would quickly go viral. This morning, the video topped 100,000 views on YouTube.

Not only has the video struck a chord with so many viewers who can relate to the need for a better approach to fighting cancer, it has also grabbed the attention of the media. Here is just a sampling of all the news outlets that have posted, covered or shared it on social media:

Thanks to Richard Sherman and everyone for helping to spread the word about extraordinary care and extraordinary caring at Swedish Cancer Institute.

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