Hyperbole in the Laboratory

In the end, it always comes down to marketing. Yes, even for scientists – you know, the people that are painstakingly rooted in data, facts, evidence, etc.  They too benefit from hyperbole. “A new study suggests it would be wildly expensive — more than $10 million per life saved —...

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Germantown Academy and Simon's Fund

We’re excited to announce that we’ll be conducting a heart screening for the students at Germantown Academy on May 8, 2010.  This will be our fifth school screening.  The screening will be done in conjunction with the ongoing study from Children’s Hospital (CHOP).  The study will help determine how many...

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Doris Toran Goldman

There are so many things that I encounter in life that are easier because of the actions that others took before me.  I’ll never say that losing a son was easy, or made easier, by anyone’s conduct, but it is clear that the mission of Simon’s Fund was forged decades...

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