October 14, 2012
Gifts of Medicine and Food Fuel Growth but Draw Regulators’ Scrutiny
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The Breast Cancer Society was created in 2007 to fill what it viewed as a gap in the work other charities were doing to help breast-cancer patients.
“While research and education are both vital,” its Web site says, breast-cancer victims “also require direct assistance today so they and their families can meet the challenges of this disease.”
The charity raised about $16.6-million from private sources in 2008.
Last year, that number shot up to
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