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Mitchell Vazquez Gives Away Donations to Advance Cancer Research Cause

December 7, 2012

Mitchell Vazquez, owner of the GCI Financial, makes noble use of his financial success by donating substantial gifts to Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation. This organization is dedicated to finding cures and treatments for certain types of cancer. He supports this cause and helps them make advances in bringing new treatments to patients and extending their lives.

New York (PRWEB) December 06, 2012

Mitchell Vazquez, owner of the GCI Financial, makes noble use of his financial success by donating substantial gifts to Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation. This organization is dedicated to finding cures and treatments for certain types of cancer. He supports this cause and helps them make advances in bringing new treatments to patients and extending their lives.

Mr. Vazquez is an active humanitarian fully dedicated towards providing aid to the genuine causes of the region. His support has aided the organization to impart education among people suffering from myeloma, their family members, caregivers and healthcare professionals. They are given information about the disease and today’s most promising treatment options, including clinical trials, from leading multiple myeloma doctors and researchers.

Mitch Vazquez is considered to be one of the pioneers in the online currency trading industry. His GCI Trading firm was established more than ten years ago with the goal of offering online trading in foreign exchange and other products to traders around the globe.

Mitchell Anthony Vazquez financed his education himself through a scholarship, student loans, and part time work. He offers aid to a number of regional causes helping the deprived people enhance their lives.

To know more about his humanitarian activities log on to http://twitter.com/mitchell_vaz

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