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  • Adele Peters

    Really inspiring, thanks for sharing. It would be nice to be able to follow progress so easily on any donations- not just research or crowdfunding projects, but nonprofits, too...

  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I love this idea of connecting donors to updates on research for cancers. So often I support a run for breast cancer, but I don't see follow-up. Wondering what researchers are specifically working on in your partnerships with OHSU Knight Cancer Institute, in Oregon, University of California, San Francisco, and UW Medicine? I think you'd really like this post that combines art with cancer research, by the way: http://www.good.is/posts/how-tumor-art-is-bringing-new-insights-to-patients-and-doctors

    • Molly Lindquist

      Love that article, Alessandra! If you want to see all the researchers and their projects, you can go to the Consano website www.consano.org/projects. Would love to hear what you think! :)

      • Alessandra Rizzotti

        It's great to see researchers on the site. I'm wondering if there are plans to have personal causes as a separate tab? Or if you can connect researchers to patients that could maybe participate in their work?