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Levelling the Odds for Caribbean Children With Cancer

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Surviving cancer, for many children, can come down to where they live. In several regions around the world, the risk of poor clinical outcomes for cancer and serious blood disease patients is determined by ongoing economic challenges, limited access to essential medicines and specialized diagnostic services, and not enough health care professionals with specialized training.

Toyota Helps Paralyzed Veteran Open Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Center

Toyota Provides Last-Mile Support to Innovative Facility
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TAMPA, Fla., July 17, 2015 /3BL Media/ – During his third tour of duty in Afghanistan, Romy Camargo’s patrol was ambushed. A sniper’s bullet changed the life of this decorated war veteran and his family.

General Electric, Intel Back Scientific Conservation

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Scientific Conservation Inc. aims to increase level of commercial real estate from 15 million square feet to around 100 – 150 million square feet, with the help of industrial market leaders, Intel Capital and General Electric. The large corporations augmented the funding of the project by almost $4 million.

This article discusses the different software SCI created to monitor office buildings and how this has led competitors to respond and develop them further.
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Scientific Conservation Inc. aims to increase level of commercial real estate from 15 million square feet to around 100 – 150 million square feet, with the help of industrial market leaders, Intel Capital and General Electric. The large corporations augmented the funding of the project by almost $4 million.

This article discusses the different software SCI created to monitor office buildings and how this has led competitors to respond and develop them further.

The Home Depot Foundation Tackles Cities’ Sustainability Challenges with Innovative Program

Two Cities Selected for $1 Million Investment to Implement “Sticks and Bricks” Initiatives
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(3BLMedia/theCSRfeed) ATLANTA, November 10, 2010 – The Home Depot® Foundation’s Sustainable Cities Institute (SCI) announced today the pilot cities selected to participate in its new city program – Charleston, South Carolina and Fayetteville, Arkansas. The cities will participate in a three-year, $1 million initiative to demonstrate the challenges and successes of implementing lasting sustainability programs at the local level. Their results – both the successes and the challenges – will be shared on a weekly basis at
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