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[IP] Fwd: Re: increased diabetes research funding

Dear All,

Want a cure for diabetes?  Please take a moment and
email President Clinton and Vice President 
Gore to say that we want our government to spend $1
billion on research for a cure for diabetes.

Thanks, Sandi Pope

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