10 december 2012
Steve Cornish grew up on a farm not far from Ottawa, but with some intimate experience of places and people less fortunate than most of us here in Canada, he knew he wanted to dedicate his life to helping others.
11 December 2012 - 01:52
I very often remember views that produced in Reader's Digest tears ago and the way they were kind me to publish my comments in the following magazine.Still I strongly believe this progressive moment can do lot even in SE Asia for common good.There are more nations hoping to have touch with modern changing medical technology.In our world war torn areas more dangerous until victims have safer place to contact DWB.There are people yet to have your help not for money but for new findings to avoid their sufferings. I believe this space could be filled with DWB anywhere on this planet.
Sent by Nissanka Maha Arachchige Nanayakkara, Beruwala, Western Province
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