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Re: [IP] OMG - This is Big!

JDRF is in Canada too and 80 cents of every dollar goes to research.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris Saunders" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Thursday, May 22, 2003 8:28 AM
Subject: Re: [IP] OMG - This is Big!

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> Are you (or anyone) aware of any way to donate directly to a certain
> research project? I don't give to charities, as too many are mismanaged,
> and not enough donation monies make it to research.
> I am in Canada and as such, my opinions reflect upon Canadian Charities.
> Thoughts?
> ChriS
> >What can we help advance research? Write your representative about
> >Diabetes research. Contact organizations such as JDRF and the ADA. I know
> >  that JDRF has a program to write letters to your representatives.
> >whatever
> >amount of money you can. Since the economy is doing poorly so are
> >Give what you can. When an organization doesn't have enough funds they
> >support grants, which stalls advancement in finding a cure and prevention
> >  Diabetes. So without money researchers like Dr. Ricordi won't be able
> >advance
> >to the stage where he can do clinical trials on humans which will mean a
> >sooner.
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