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Protecting Future Generations is holding another conference call this Sunday, August 16th at 5:00pm Pacific Time if anyone is interested in joining to see how you can be of help in our proactive activities please PM me. So far we are around fifteen members strong and more people are getting involved each week. Here is our mission.

The mission of Protecting Future Generations, a nonprofit organization, is to find a cure for Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV), Human Papilloma Virus (HPV), and Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). We carry out this mission by facilitating cure efforts towards the eradication of viral diseases, which have become a societal problem of epidemic proportions. PFG members work together to promote awareness and establish strong relationships with University research groups and companies within the bio-technology industry.

Some of the things we are currently working on are:

Our Website

The Trifecta Marathon - will be held in New York's Central Park

A Novel

Public Awareness through Actions of the Month

Contacting Universities about clinical research

Fundraising campaign ideas

Just to name a few. We would love more dedicated help or even if you are interested in what we are doing and want to listen in.

Best Regards,

Blueskies

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hey

hey, how do you talk on the conference call? is there a program you use?

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Plupha
hey, how do you talk on the conference call? is there a program you use?

It's a phone system Red, we call into to a US number and use an access code to connect to the proper conference line. :)

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Blueskies

I would love for you to join but I think it would be 1:00am in the UK for you. If you are interested in helping I could at least send you the agenda and meeting minutes that way you can see what we are working on. Thanks for helping with the contact info that will be very useful in the near future ;)

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