This group does very little to assist people with brain tumors. Their main aim is to convince the public of the negative health risks of cell phone radiation (of which there is currently no thoroughly convincing evidence).
This is a very important review of the nonprofit called CA brain tumor association. The review is wonderful. I am very happy with them.
CABTA was successful in the SF Right to Know legislation and is active in passing H.R. 6358, which has been introduced to the US Congress. It is legislation to examine, label, and communicate adverse human biological effects associated with exposure to electromagnetic fields from cell phones and other wireless devices, and for other purposes.
I'm a member of the public and I give this nonprofit a perfect 5 star rating because they are very great. They are smart and get stuff done.
My assessment is that CABTA is acting so selflessly by running absolutely amazing programs. I believe in CABTA.
I recommend this great nonprofit nicknamed CABTA because it is a highly impressive 501 c3 nonprofit.
This nonprofit is better than most other nonprofits because they succeed in their efforts and speak the truth. This organization has a life-changing impact.
This is an important group because they work on very important issues. They command respect in their field because of their experience and devotion to the cause.
Thank you for your wonderful work. This group is known for fighting against non-ionizing radiation and advocating for public health disclosure warnings at the point of sale.
I think this is the right nonprofit that I'm reviewing right now. It is the California Brain Tumor Association, not the American BTA. That's why I was confused. CABTA (the California one) is very very good and gets an easy 5 stars. I would give 10 stars if I could. They are very responsive and always know the right answers. I want to nominate CABTA for an award. Any ideas where I can do this?