I Need a Dollar

29 Jan

Viral campaign on the internet.

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To raise funds for a health cause it is sometimes easier on the internet era to ask one dollar to a million people than to find a millionaire who accepts to donate.
This fact has been well understood by Dr Wise Young, professor at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey and Dr Eric L. Ding, Instructor, Department of Medicine, Harvard Medical School. The both of them are using viral marketing campaigns on the internet for funding their research on cure of chronic spinal cord injury base on umbilical cordon stem cells for the former and cancer prevention based on nutrition for the latter. We wish their viral campaigns bring them money stemming from millions of anonymous donators.
They need a dollar, a dollar is what they need as is singing Aloe Black.

Read more about those two researchers who need a dollar:

Dr Wise Young, professor atRutgers, The State University of New Jersey,

http://www.justadollarplease.org/f-a-q/wise-young-m-d-ph-d/

Donate to search a cure for chronic spinal cord injury

http://www.justadollarplease.org/about/

Dr Eric L. Ding, Instructor, Department of Medicine, HarvardMedicalSchool

http://www.dfhcc.harvard.edu/membership/profile/member/1694/0/?PHPSESSID=6c780ec714098e3a525112f1a8295208

Donate for cancer prevention:

http://www.causes.com/causes/210-campaign-for-cancer-prevention/projects

Antoine Flahault’s Blog, the spring of medical research?

http://blog.ehesp.fr/blog/2011/12/10/printemps-de-la-recherche-medicale/

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