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>>IMHO, it's because there is a very low correlation between what the public perceives as risks and what are the actual risks. It's more tied to whatever issue gets the most "buzz". It's happening right now with the SARS virus. So the causes of charities that do a good job at publicity than others are going to get more attention. <<

You make a good point...
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