Jan 10, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger
Major pharmaceutical firms and individuals linked to companies that have benefited from a $3 billion cancer-fighting Texas agency under criminal investigation are among the financial contributors to a nonprofit formed to support the embattled state institute, according to a list of donors released Thursday.
This news is quite sad and alarming.
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