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This fundraiser ended on 07/18/11

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The family and friends of Bob Fraser are uniting to raise money to help with his battle against melanoma.

Update:
It with the deepest sadness that we report that Bob passed away today. He passed at 9:00am this morning. He was with his family. He will be missed.

For the many of you who so generously donated money already, please know that your donations will be used to help pay the substantial medical bills Bob's family is left with. For those wishing to contribute now, your donations are still very much needed and appreciated.

Thank you,
The Frazier Family


Bob was first diagnosed with melanoma back in early March, 2011. It was first discovered as a small spot and was surgically removed. Doctors told Bob they’d gotten all of it and nothing further needed to be done. While recovering from the procedure, Bob noticed pain in his lower back. After running some tests, doctors discovered a tumor in Bob’s bladder. They removed it. On May 15th, Bob had such intense pain he went to the ER. Five days later he was told the melanoma had spread to his liver, lung and bone. Bob began radiation treatments and has gone through a total of ten. His first round of chemotherapy treatment was July 1st.

Bob is currently in intensive care and his team of doctors is working to get him to a level of physical strength where he can begin very promising immunotherapy treatments at The Angeles Clinic and Research Institute.

Bob’s multiple surgeries, hospitalizations, and cancer treatments have left Bob and his family with an overwhelming amount of medical bills. Your generous contributions, happy thoughts, prayers, and good vibes are greatly appreciated.

All money donated will go directly to pay Bob’s medical bills and will make possible Bob’s continued treatment, including his immunotherapy treatments at The Angeles Clinic and Research Institute.


A Little More About Bob
Bob had a successful career in show business. He acted on stage in New York and ended up owning four theaters with his wife Bev. He worked in television as a writer, director, producer and actor in “The Love Boat,” “Benson,” “Marblehead Manner,” and “Full House,” and more.

After retiring from television, Bob began his second career as a teacher helping actors achieve their dreams. Through his books, DVDs, seminars, classes, and breakfasts at Patys Restaurant, Bob inspired and empowered thousands of actors.

Along the way, Bob and Bev have raised three children. The couple recently celebrated their 42nd anniversary.
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