BVC-CHAT In today's Batt
Dr. Laura Kennedy
pathognomonic at hotmail.com
Thu Nov 4 20:27:43 CST 2004
In his defense, I did see a "hill" marked on the Katy Flatland cue
Here's the text of the e-mail from the LAF
Thank you for supporting LIVESTRONG and the Lance Armstrong Foundation
(LAF). Your purchase of LIVESTRONG wristbands helped raise more than 20
million dollars -- money we're already putting to use to make a difference
in the lives of the 10 million people battling cancer.
Through the success of the LIVESTRONG wristband campaign, the LAF has been
Make a $1 million gift to Dana-Farber Cancer Institute to establish the
LAF Adult Survivorship Clinic. The clinic will provide comprehensive
services to help adult survivors LIVE STRONG.
Award Community Program grants totaling more than $1 million to 39
different non-profit organizations in four specific areas: adolescent and
young adult issues, physical activity, survivorship education and support,
and palliative and end of life care.
Support development of LIVESTRONG, a resource for cancer survivors.
LIVESTRONG is a free educational program of the LAF created to provide
cancer survivors with access to the resources they need to LIVE STRONG.
We're passionate about helping people with cancer live every minute of their
lives with every ounce of their being. We are focused on providing programs
that support and inspire people who are battling cancer. Please continue to
support the LAF by wearing your LIVESTRONG wristband proudly and by making
a tax-deductible donation online.
Laura A. Kennedy, DVM
Resident, Anatomic Pathology
Texas A&M University
"As for therapy - well, you should never get a therapuetic plan from a
"If you are not fast, then you must be audacious."
>From: drjinx at texas.net
>Reply-To: Brazos Valley Cyclists <bvc-chat at philebus.tamu.edu>
>To: Brazos Valley Cyclists <bvc-chat at philebus.tamu.edu>
>Subject: Re: BVC-CHAT In today's Batt
>Date: Thu, 4 Nov 2004 17:19:03 CST
> > Volunteer raises cancer awareness through 700 mile ride
>Not to poke fun on a serious subject, but from the article:
>"As David Kiser furiously pedals his bicycle up a hill in the cool
>Houston air, his legs become weak and his body tells him it's time for a
>...I just want to know where he found a hill to climb in Houston?
>Did they mean highway overpass?
> > I'm sure that more people than just me recieved the e-mail from
> > Armstrong Foundation detaiing the distribution of the money raised
> > $20 million wristbands sold. I think it really is a testament to
> > contributions can do - a dollar at a time this program made a
> > impact on the cancer community. Not to mention starting a fashion
> > craze.....
>I didn't, would enjoy seeing it if you wanted to cut and paste...
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