The Cancer Fund for America puts less than 2 cents of every dollar toward direct money for the cancer patients it touts during its fundraising, The Tampa Bay Times and The Center for Investigative Journalism report, which documents one recipient getting a box "filled with paper plates, cups, napkins and kids’ toys." The series looks into America’s worst charities. Meanwhile, the Reynolds family, which is behind the Cancer Fund, has spawned five other companies. One, Breast Cancer Society, said it exported $36 million in medical supplies, but two companies named as suppliers said they had no records that backed up the claim. www.tampabay.com/topics/specials/worst-charities3…..page

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