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October 11, 2007


This child desevers an award of achievement! She is a very wonderful child, and I am so thankful that she not only asks dozens of guestions, but she also looks for the answers to them. Way to go Allison!!!

this kid must be some kind of genius. How many 13-year-olds know how to clone cells and analyze genes? Maybe this little discovery will eventually lead her to finding a cure for cancer. It all starts with the science fair!

i also did a project similar to that except we had a cat that can smell cancer and can tell if death is near to patients and he is now in the hospitol

Allison, absolutely amazing! Keep up the good work.

Wow, when I was 13 I was chasing girls!

Puts me to shame *sniff

Congratulations! You have so much useful information, write more.

You write well will be waiting for your new publications.

Hi, I congratulate you on Merry Christmas!

With the new 2011. Year! Congratulations.

Happy New Year! Happiness and success in 2011.

Allison, simply fantastic! We too are owners of golden retrievers and love them beyond love. What an opportunity you have to have science and medicine such a prominent part of your life! This is why they should do more to encourage science and math studies in school - keep up the good work!

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