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Ice Bucket Challenge Reviewed | IceRoom.net | IceRoom.net
8 July 2016
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8 July 2016,

Still remember about Ice Bucket Challenge??

Here is some Review and Updates

The Ice Bucket Challenge campaign raised millions of dollars for Lou Gehrig’s Disease research, and some of that money is being used in Kansas City.

The videos of people dousing themselves in ice cold water all in the name of raising money and awareness for ALS research went viral.

Dr. Jingsong Zhou at the Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences is working to produce a therapy that makes life better for ALS patients. Zhou received an $80,000 grant for the research. She is one of 58 groups to receive the money.

“If we can slow down the disease progression and if we can improve the life quality of the patient, we will make a contribution,” Zhou said.

Here some video for the Ice Bucket Challenge:

Photo with #ALSIceBucketChallenge


Social Media Platform said something~~

Facebook Wants to Turn All of Us Into Fundraisers

Facebook was inspired by its viral success to create a feature that lets all of us fundraise for charity without ever leaving the site. Let’s get the big question out of the way: Yes, Facebook gets a portion of the proceeds. Five percent to be exact, of which 2% going to cover security costs and 3% for payment processing. Facebook Wants to Turn All of Us Into Fundraisers


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