Diagnosed TV Majority Ownership Donated
Samuel Sadler announces donation of majority ownership to cancer survivors
When asked “Why BJ Selman and Linsay Johnson?”, Sadler said, “BJ was the very first cancer survivor we interviewed. He didn't want to be interviewed, but he knew it would help others that were going through the same thing so he did it anyway. Since that time he was extremely instrumental in just about everything else we did. BJ was there through it all and very much deserves this. We wouldn't be where we are today without him and he deserves more than just credit. Lindsay is amazing and a real go-getter. She has a second chance in life and we want to work with her. They both genuinely want to help people. That's their primary motivation.”
BJ Selman commented, “I am so excited to be a part Diagnosed TV, I have witnessed the absolute love and compassion that radiates from Samuel Sadler and Mark Lyons, it is intoxicating. They have helped give me hope and faith in a foundation that is unlike anything imaginable, to see the help that has been given, to see the drive they have to comfort and support us survivors through this struggle.
I am honored to be a part of this. I am honored to call them my support team. I am honored to call them my friends. Diagnosed TV is going to help conquer the struggles of this disease, help families through these times, to help find hope and proper treatment, to help make dreams and final wishes come true, to be there beginning to end.”
Lindsay Johnson added, “I think Diagnosed will show people the raw and the “behind closed doors” look at cancer that some people don't understand or maybe they're not ready to see, however it's time for the world to understand. I'm ready to see how much we are able to help cancer warriors. Bell is our focus right now and she's such a fighter! I'm so happy to jump in and help everyone. If we are able to just help one, it will all be worth it.”
Selman stepped up and said, “If I could just add one more thing, Diagnosed TV is gonna give cancer the first black eye. And as a survivor I have to be a part of this action. How could you not? Diagnosed TV, kicking cancer's *** one sponsor at a time.”
The changes will be made immediately. Press inquiries are welcome and should be directed to Mr. Sadler