December 3, 2012
I am a long time employee of NFCR. I lost a family member before I joined this organization. I researched many charities before choosing NFCR. Because of the way NFCR funds and chooses the science and projects, more discoveries have reached the patients. They are a leader in "Targeted Therapies". Cancer treatment is and will be very personalized medicine. NFCR's management team (and staff) are caring and dedicated professionals. Our donors have access to ALL of our management team. Our donors are the reason for our success. Donations are spent on CANCER RESEARCH. The board of directors are involved, we are audited every year, and we are the most open group you will find. All finacial documents are posted on our web site (www.NFCR.org). If you, like myself, have lost a loved one or dear friend and want to make a difference in the progress of cancer research, do you own checking, I am sure that you will choose to support The National Foundation for Cancer Research.
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