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Why doesn't the NIH focus on finding cures and treatments to diseases?

Jun 10, 2009 - 2 comments













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Sharon Begley of Newsweek discusses some of the barriers in the medical research system and advocates for President Obama to appoint an NIH director that will make this hers/his priority.

Read the article here:

The Myelin Repair Foundation is gathering signatures for a new petition, Appoint an NIH Director Who Will Make Cures for Patients a Top Priority.

We are trying to gather signatures as quickly as possible. We heard that the President is at the final stages of appointing a director now, so we really need your help. The petition will be delivered to Barack Obama, President of the United States to urge immediate action on this issue.

You can help and it only takes 2 minutes. Just follow the link below to sign the petition and your voice, combined with many others, will make a difference on this issue.

We need you to stand up and make your voice heard – this issue is too important not to!

Sign our petition:

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Thank you for your time and action,

Justine Lam
Internet Strategy Manager
Myelin Repair Foundation

The Myelin Repair Foundation hopes to speed up medical research for ALL diseases with our Accelerated Research Collaboration Model (tm).

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by Lulu54, Jun 10, 2009
I signed this - and encouraged my facebook friends to do the same.  Everyone here knows that doing business the way we've always done business with medical research and searching for cures isn't working.

be well,

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by MRF_Justine, Jun 10, 2009
Thank you, Lulu! We can't just sit and wait for them to continue doing the same thing over and over.

The system needs to change -- let's be part of that change! :)


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