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Thank you for signing up to receive updates on DRACOs research. We do appreciate your support and will look to provide you with ongoing important updates.

As you already know, DRACOs research and development may lead to a cure for virtually all viruses. More importantly, DRACOs may end suffering and save millions of lives!

Unfortunately, Dr.Rider has only received limited funding to date and so DRACOs research and development will only happen with your help! We will launch an IndieGoGo campaign October 1, 2015 and we hope you will donate.

We do know you have a lot questions first, and we want to answer them! To that point, please respond with your key questions and we will develop and post an FAQ's on a to-be-determined web space. Also, we have arranged for a Q&A with Dr.Rider, likely via Google Hangouts, on August 27th -- an invite will be sent to all subscribers by August 24th.

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If you really want to get traction with this you need to reach out to media sources. I'm not sure how you'd get their attention, but actually getting Dr Rider willing to vocally back his own research and belief in this project would be a start. Seems like he doesn't seem particularly motivated by the work, if he were, it seems like he'd be pushing it more. Then again, maybe he just need a helping hand.

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