Striking a common chord against cancer
For 21 years, Nite of Hope Richmond's breast cancer fundraiser has flourished because it struck a common chord with supporters.
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#1 Apr 4, 2014
Too much talk, too little results. People keep donating their hard earned money for "research" but everyday, people continue to die or suffer a recurrence of the inevitable. EVERY alleged "research" facility that accepts donations should be required to issue a public report on what progress was made, and what plans they have for the following year. There is currently no accountability. As I've always said, there's no profit in a cure; only economic disaster.
Since: Feb 09
#2 Apr 5, 2014
it does seem that way....
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