Is the Komen Foundation running to find a cure or to find more money for itself?
by Tony Isaacs
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(NaturalNews) February is Cancer Prevention Month, though you might never guess it given the lack of publicity compared to attention given to the non-profits who focus on "finding a cure" as part of "Cancer Awareness" campaigns. The biggest of all the cancer non-profits is the Susan G. Komen Foundation, which has over 100 "Race for the Cure" and other events scheduled for 2013.
As this $400 million per year giant pink gorilla of cancer charities continues to grow, the question that begs answering is: "Is the Komen Foundation really running for a cure or are they instead running mostly to keep their foundation going and the money flowing in?" Read More.
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I took that part of the article directly from none other than CureZone, where the woman came here to to share her story and her protocol. Despite getting RRR ratings on her posts, she was pounced on by someone who is no longer around but whom most of us are/were familiar with and ended up leaving CZ in disgust. Much is the pity, but far from the only time that happened.
Here is where she first posted: