CCSVI Alliance's Matching Challenge to benefit the ISNVD

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CCSVI Alliance's Matching Challenge to benefit the ISNVD

Postby Sharon » Tue Jan 14, 2014 12:53 pm

Please support the International Society for Neurovascular Disease (ISNVD) 2014 Conference. CCSVI Alliance will match dollar for dollar the first $2,000 donated during the month of January. Donations will fund an educational grant to benefit the ISNVD 2014 Conference. CCSVI Alliance is paying all money transfer fees including those for international donations. 100% of your donation will fund the grant.

CCSVI Alliance recognizes the importance of the professional collaboration offered by the ISNVD Conference. It is critical this type of forum continues in order to broaden the conversation to new discoveries and to validate the current research. This year the scientific program includes discussion of the importance of unobstructed arterial blood flow and cerebrospinal fluid flow in neurodegenerative disease.

Remember your donation is doubled ... $10=$20 to the ISNVD **** $20=$40 to the ISNVD

Follow link for further information and to make your donation
http://myemail.constantcontact.com/Matc ... HNCnmRNZb4

Thanks so much!
Sharon
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Re: CCSVI Alliance's Matching Challenge to benefit the ISNVD

Postby cheerleader » Thu Jan 16, 2014 9:43 pm

This is a really great opportunity to help the ISNVD, and double your impact.
Hope some of our TIMS community can help out---since people on this board know how important this research is.
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