DONATE LIFE tzedakah box by Harriete Estel Berman (detail view for medical research)

Recycled tin cans were used to create all the images you see here. The 3 dimensional building facade took 2 weeks. The DNA spiral is also constructed from layers of tin cans. Stay tuned for more images.

This side represents the importance of clinical research. All of us could participate as a control subject even if you don't have a disease. Even without a degree in science we can individual advance science a save lives. I have participated in multiple studies for RA (Rheumatoid Arthritis, Cancer, Parkinson's Disease.) Many of studies are using state of the art DNA research along with demographic studies looking for biomarkers and early symptoms.

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