Inspiring Those Who’ve Lost Loved Ones to Cancer, Pierce Brosnan Celebrates Family And New Movie Release — A Comedy

Published Jun 3, 2020

Inspiring Those Who’ve Lost Loved Ones to Cancer, Pierce Brosnan Celebrates Family And New Movie Release — A Comedy

The SurvivorNet community has had a strong reaction to Brosnan's tragedy with many of us saying it underscores why genetic testing is crucial for women with a family history of ovarian cancer. Now 67, he's playing Will Ferrell's father: "I think it's a wonderful film!"

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