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Donors help bring therapies to fruition

Each year, nearly 14 million people throughout the world learn they have cancer, and eight million die from the disease, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Research suggests that one-third of cancer deaths can be prevented, but oftentimes therapies are not widely available. Commonly, the reason is because these therapies, which have great potential to help patients, take time and lofty financing to develop.
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