Odds of Zac Efron getting stuck in an elevator with group of girls: 1 out of 24,528. Odd of Dakota Fanning catching a foul ball at a baseball game: 1 in 526. Odds of Vanessa Hudgens bowling a perfect game: I in 11,500.
Odd of getting cancer in your lifetime: 1 in 2 men and 1 in 3 women.
These young stars are just a few of the celebs who appear in Stand Up to Cancer's new "Change the Odds" PSA.
“Change the Odds” puts cancer into perspective as a disease everyone must stand up to. The SU2C “Change the Odds” PSA launched online today and will be featured on the upcoming SU2C broadcast event on September 10th.
“It is important for young people to be aware of the scope of the problem and the odds that they may face, both for their own future and for their loved ones,” said Ziskin, co-founder and executive producer of the Stand Up To Cancer telecast.
“This piece is about how it is never too soon to take a stand against these devastating and epidemic diseases. Theirs may be the generation that gets us to the finish line. We are so grateful to all the young stars and to Marc Webb and Rich Lee for joining our cause so brilliantly.”
Check out the video below!