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    My name is Justin Davon Watts, 20. I lost my brother Andrew Bryant Watts, 16 to lymphoma on March 5, 2011. He would've been 17 on October 31, 2011. Andrew was born with hypoplastic left heart syndrome and recieved a heart transplant at the tender age of 5. He had a lifetime of hospital visits & stays, medications, i.v.'s, etc. It's been a little over half a year since I lost him, however, I was able to find peace in launching an official Non-profit by the name of Vendetta Against Cancer. We not only target Lymphoma but we will also be writting checks for prostate, breast, testicular, & skin cancer research. Completing this start-up has allowed me to mourn and celebrate his life while doing something I know he would approve of. Please visit, LIKE, & SHARE our facebook page as we do not have a website but promise it's arrival soon! www.facebook.com/VendettaAgainstCancer

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    I also lost someone to lymphoma in March...my younger brother. Check out www.facebook.com/VendettaAgainstCancer it's is a result of his death & I would like you to be apart of it so we don't have to lose anyone else

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    Lost my younger brother to Lymphoma in March. www.facebook.com/VendettaAgainstCancer is a non-profit start-up in result of his loss. Please like and share. I know I am in the right community to discuss these things!

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    Celebration (Other): My first expirence on this community site expresses some of the pain I felt as well as a mean for me to mourn & celebrate my baby brother's life. I mentioned my start-up non-profit by the name of Vendetta Against Cancer. If you visit the page, you will find a few articles that explain why research takes so long & how cancer is shrinking. You will also find out what my charity is beginning to do so we can innovate the industry and be a leader in the cancer research community. More & more breast cancers patients survive each year, and every day we get a little bit closer to finding a cure for various forms of this sickness. Fairly soon we will all have something to celebrate when we see the day that cancer no longer takes a loved ones life! www.Facebook.com/VendettaAgainstCancer

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