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Joining The Balancing Act is Nicole Boice, founder of the Global Genes Project, a rare and genetic disease patient advocacy group, here to talk about how millions of Americans—one in ten—fall through the cracks of medical treatment because there is so little awareness or research funding the treatment of their conditions. There are seven thousand diseases with no treatment or cures, and awareness is needed to build a voice for those suffering from rare diseases and disorders with little to no support.

Lawyers Helping Victims Be Heard

When you’ve been seriously injured, you’ve got to have the right team of lawyers behind you. If you place your trust in the lawyers at Bonina & Bonina, they will make it their mission to get your voice and your story heard. From medical malpractice suits to adult survivors of child sex abuse, the team […]

An Organization to Help With Childhood Disease

A cancer or sickle cell diagnosis can be tough for families, but organizations like Embrace Kids Foundation are there to help. For almost 30 years, Embrace Kids has provided a tight-knit community for families to lean on. With dedicated volunteers, Embrace Kids have helped over 3,500 families and provided millions in financial aid, college scholarships, […]

The Latest Trends in High End Women’s Clothing

NEW LEAF Consignment was opened to start a new habit in fashion—sustainable clothing at a reasonable cost. And because of the cost, their shoppers can try new fashion trends without breaking the bank. NEW LEAF Consignment makes sure every client is happy with their fashion consulting services #styledbystef whether they are buying or selling clothing.

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