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Dear President Obama,

158,846,400 people died from cancer from when my invention was crushed (11,766,400 were Americans).

It’s just common sense: Before giving anyone a slice of NCI’s annual $6 billion of taxpayer money to eradicate cancer one should determine: What, When, and How they will provide taxpayers a return in cancer death and cost reduction by asking: Continue reading

Dear President Obama,

158,824,800 people died from cancer from when my invention was crushed (11,764,800 were Americans).

On 5/31/2016 you wrote:

“Dario – When I look back over the past seven years, so much of what we fought for we did because it was common sense.”

Forgive me if I bring your attention to how I fought for 15 years for common sense and now you can be an important game-changer. Continue reading

Dear President Obama,

158,803,200 people died from cancer from when my invention was crushed (11,763,200 were Americans).

It’s just common sense: Before giving anyone a slice of NCI’s annual $6 billion of taxpayer money to eradicate cancer one should determine: What, When, and How they will provide taxpayers a return in cancer death and cost reduction by asking: Continue reading

Dear President Obama, 158,781,600 people died from cancer from when my invention was crushed (11,761,600 were Americans). On 5/31/2016 you wrote: “Dario – When I look back over the past seven years, so much of what we fought for we did because it was common sense.” Continue reading

Dear President Obama,

158,760,000 people died from cancer from when my invention was crushed (11,760,000 were Americans).

It’s just common sense: Before giving anyone a slice of NCI’s annual $6 billion of taxpayer money to eradicate cancer one should determine: What, When, and How they will provide taxpayers a return in cancer death and cost reduction by asking: Continue reading

Dear President Obama, 158,738,400 people died from cancer from when my invention was crushed (11,758,400 were Americans). On 5/31/2016 you wrote: “Dario – When I look back over the past seven years, so much of what we fought for we did because it was common sense.” Forgive me if I bring your attention to how I fought for 15 years for common sense and now you can be an important game-changer. Continue reading

Dear President Obama,

158,716,800 people died from cancer from when my invention was crushed (11,756,800 were Americans).

It’s just common sense: Before giving anyone a slice of NCI’s annual $6 billion of taxpayer money to eradicate cancer one should determine: What, When, and How they will provide taxpayers a return in cancer death and cost reduction by asking: Continue reading

(See blog.u2ec.org/wordpress/?p=1689)

Dear President Obama,

158,695,200 people died from cancer from when my invention was crushed (11,755,200 were Americans).

On 5/31/2016 you wrote: “Dario – When I look back over the past seven years, so much of what we fought for we did because it was common sense.” Continue reading

Dear President Obama,

158,673,600 people died from cancer from when my invention was crushed (11,753,600 were Americans).

It’s just common sense: Before giving anyone a slice of NCI’s annual $6 billion of taxpayer money to eradicate cancer one should determine: What, When, and How they will provide taxpayers a return in cancer death and cost reduction by asking: Continue reading

Dear President Obama,

158,652,000 people died from cancer from when my invention was crushed (11,752,000 were Americans)

It’s just common sense: Before giving anyone a slice of NCI’s annual $6 billion of taxpayer money to eradicate cancer one should determine: What, When, and How they will provide taxpayers a return in cancer death and cost reduction by asking: Continue reading

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