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New York AG accuses National Children's Leukemia Foundation of raising millions for bone marrow registry and cancer research building that allegedly do not exist.

"Over the years, donors gave millions of dollars to the National Children’s Leukemia Foundation, perhaps motivated by brochures or telemarketing pitches describing the charity’s bone marrow registry or its cancer research building. Neither of those things existed, the New York State attorney general’s office said in a petition filed in State Supreme Court in Brooklyn on Monday." --James Barron, the New York Times

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