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According to the Gift of Life foundation, in Europe and the United States 80% of children diagnosed with cancer survive.

In Russia fewer than 70% do.

Because the only difference is money, we have decided to run a small experiment.

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Gift of Life helps Russian children and young adults whose families cannot afford treatment for cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. 

Through the end of 2012, you can purchase the entry-level version of our AOT-enhanced JVM, Excelsior JET, for a nominal fee of $10 per platform (Windows or Linux.) We shall donate all proceedings from these sales to Gift of Life on your behalf.

Should this campaign be a success, we shall extend it to 2013, or maybe try something different.

The “canonical” URL that will always point to then current campaign is:


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