The Cure Is Now Inc
Rating: 5 stars 7 7 reviews
244 Fifth Avenue New York NY 10001 USA
To eliminate acquired, congenital and developmental diseases
Awareness campaigns - designed to inform the general public at large about the mission, vision, values, program objectives and other relevant information about the organization
education initiatves - designed to provide detailed information to the public about the science,technology and philosophy regarding the emerging and advanced technologies and various associated systems in order to facilitate action
research-utilizes a multifaceted approach to identify various emerging and advanced technologies, the people, equipment and overall systems which will mature these fields via research into robust medical treatments.
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I'm amazed at the possibilities of this one-of-a-kind non profit. I'm truly impressed by the list of scientists and researchers that are involved with this project. The Cure is Now is the future.
The Cure Is Now is a great organization. There volunteer program is a good way to gain experience in the non-profit field. I worked very closely with administration to complete administrative tasks. Not only did I have a good experience, but gained valuable knowledge thanks to the volunteer program.
I still am trying to thoroughly learn about knowing the organization, but they're mission statement is what I'm about. I like the idea that they aren't just about fixing one disease, but that they are looking for the source of many. I'm also interested that they are very much involved with the community being informed. I think that many organizations state that they just want to end a disease but aren't really informative. The Cure is Now is more like a out reach program with preventative measures and that's pretty cool for an organization to look out for you.
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Bring the organizations to schools. Kids should learn about these things before hand.
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