There is a cure for cancer, it is just taking a much longer process to find. Many people out there continue to search for the cure, in hopes for a better tomorrow.Eric Lefkofsky, the founder of Groupon, is now part of Tempus, “a health tech start-up” that can modernize cancer treatments for patients. Tempus is helping doctors with their research to find the exact formulation for a patient’s condition. For this research practice, Lefkofsky has created a charity fund called Lefkofsky’s Family Foundation. He has donated over billions of dollars to this cause so that universities and researchers are able to find the solution. Overall, with continuous research, doctors will be able to prescribe the most accurate medicine for their patient’s condition.
His education has exceeded expectations for his credibility. He has acquired degrees and references from the University of Michigan and Doctor of Jurisprudence. The University of Michigan is a 200-year-old traditional college which excels their students in medicine, research, and even sports. There are so many historical moments that have happened at the University of Michigan. For example, Thomas Francis Jr. had founded a “safe, effective, and potent” polio vaccine for those suffering from the disease. In addition, it was one of the most peaceful acts of helping patients of more than 325,000 doctors volunteering. It was a successful outcome which had the country celebrating the great news. With that said, Eric Lefkofsky is coming from a credible school of over 200 years of excellence with history records to prove it. You can also follow him on twitter : https://twitter.com/lefkofsky
With Lefkofsky’s dedicated staff and recent billionaire investors, he is helping trillions of people around the world with Tempus. He is making a better tomorrow for the sick people who need all the help they can get. His education and business background show his worth but his generosity proves that he is here to help people. His foundation is located in Chicago and it is definitely possible to call and learn more.If we as people keep holding onto hope that we can have a better tomorrow, then we can make curing cancer possible.