Working at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute gives you a whole new perspective on what it means to be dedicated to your job. There are some amazing people here, busting their respective and collective humps to figure out how cancer works and how to make it go the heck away. And then there are the wonderful frontliners who care for patients, sharing the good and the bad, helping people get through a confusing and frightening experience.
Wanna help them? Sure ya do!
Check out my Rally Against Cancer page. If you can spare a couple of bucks, you'd be giving a heapin' helpin' to a massively worthy cause.
(Here ends the shameless fundraising plug.)
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