By supporting MyStomachCancerSymptoms.Com you are helping me in my quest to help others. The whole ethos of this site is to:
No, MyStomachCancerSymptoms.Com is a for-profit sole trader.
Whilst I hold similar values to non-profit organisations, as the sole owner or “the little guy”, it would be very difficult to compete in such a major funding arena for awards and grants.
I am not trading anything other than providing free information for you, but there are many costs involved in running this type of web site which have to be addressed.
Being the sole owner of MyStomachCancerSymptoms.Com I have advantage over other organisations.
The site is produced with high quality content and is totally under my control, both in creation and production.
By being a trained, experienced physician I provide truly RELIABLE and INDEPENDENT advice.
A non-profit would require specific registration; require more staffing and organisation in such a large market.
I also believe in self support and through donations it allows for this without need to resort to irritating advertising banners on the web site.
You can feel at ease to click on any part of this website knowing it is related to MyStomachCancerSymptoms.com, not any advertising partner.
There are a number of disadvantages in being the 'little guy' as there are many costs involved in creating, promoting and providing a quality site. These include:
Your donation means so much and requires a big thank you because, not only are you supporting the “little guy”, you are also supporting stomach cancer education, support and guidance.
I also believe in philanthropy so when funds allow, donations will be made to the following organisations:
Information on donations will be published on this site. Thank you for supporting MyStomachCancerSymptoms.Com.
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