Following Through For Children

The Thrasher Research Fund of Salt Lake City, Utah, is preparing to launch a program to strengthen its ongoing interest in research on childhood diseases. This fail the fund will begin a program to encourage organizations to implement discoveries made in the laboratory. The fund hopes to devote about 25% of its more than $1 million annual expenditures to this effort. The fund, which was launched by California inventor E.W. Thrasher, is affiliated with the Mormon Church and focuses on research relating to nutritional deficiencies and microbiology. It does not support studies in the area of reproductive physiology. For more information, write The Thrasher Research Fund, 50 East North Temple St., 7th floor, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150, or call (801) 240-3386.

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