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Thread: $100K Donation for Chronic SCI Research

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    Quote Originally Posted by spidergirl
    ip and what are the other scientists doin? catchin fishies? are they not gettin anythin done? hmm that statement is weird and im not sure u kno what the price of tea in China is...or do u ?
    What the hell are you even talking about?

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    Hey spidergirl. What I mean is simple. He is getting ready to start clinical trials. I am not comparing him to other scientists. No need for personal attacks. We're all intelligent people here.

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    give to the NTT project

    rjames

    I think like others in this thread.

    please look in to the NTT project.
    http://carecure.org/forum/attachment...9&d=1143929330

    The international team along with DrMcdonald are seriuos dedicated and the funds go directly to research.

    That $100k would go a long way with Dr.McDonald and the NTT project in Colombia

    Glider
    Last edited by glider; 04-11-2006 at 10:07 PM. Reason: oops!

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    rjames~
    No suggestions, just a simple "thank you" for what you are doing and a warm welcome to the boards. There are a lot of great researchers as well as some foundations that can and will make excellent use out of such a donation. The field has so much more depth than when I was injured 16 years ago.

    Again, thanks for jumping in feet first and helping to move us all forward. Please post the fundraiser here in the Life forum.

    GO FORWARD!
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    blipped... I better not...
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    Rick, I've no suggestions except that of Wisey here but will at a later time. Thank you and kudos to you and yours, all who do as you have.
    Last edited by teesieme; 04-12-2006 at 02:51 AM.
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    This is an easy answer, send your money to Dr. Huang Hongyun. to be used in China on the network of Chinese hospitals to test new treatments for spinal cord injury.

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    will the moto industry get more involved in raising funds now that one of their stars, fonseca, is injured? your son is my inspiration to get back on my drz-400 and my xr250
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    keep raising funds and keep us posted on your next event
    thanks
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    Mr. James,

    Please don't frown upon these forums based on any unsavory replies you might get along the way. I applaud your fundraising efforts and wish you luck in your future attempts as well.

    Thanks!
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