The Sanger Center for Cancer Research, which has about 200 employees, announced on Monday that it will be closing its doors by the end of March, after 25 years.
The Sanger Foundation announced that the cancer center had to close due to the economic downturn and said that the closing of the center will result in a $20 million cut to the Sanger Cancer Research Fund.
The news was met with a collective “WTF” from Sanger supporters, many of whom wrote to the foundation on social media.
“They will not be able to pay their employees a living wage or afford the cost of rent or health insurance, as they have been for the last 10 years,” one person wrote on Twitter.
Another wrote: “Sanger is a cancer center.
Its the only one in America that does not provide any support to people with cancer, even though they are a nonprofit.
It is a shame.”
Some were upset that the Sangers will continue to exist despite the downturn, saying that the organization does a good job of providing services.
Another Twitter user said that “there are many reasons why Sanger is doing well, but that it is still a nonprofit with a bad track record.”
The Sangers website said that it serves a community of patients with life-threatening cancer, and that the center is committed to providing an inclusive and respectful environment where people can learn about and discuss their health care needs.
The closure of Sanger will result, the Sages Foundation said in a statement on Monday, in a “decision that will affect many of the patients we serve and the patients that depend on our services.”
The news came just a day after the foundation announced that its new CEO, James St. Clair, will step down in March.
“We will honor James St Clair’s retirement announcement and announce the appointment of a new CEO in the coming weeks,” the foundation said in the statement.
St. Clair is a well-known cancer researcher who spent a career at the Mayo Clinic and has been at the helm of the SAGE cancer center for nearly two decades.
Sanger, which operates in New York City, is a research institute that uses research technology to find and treat cancers.
It has nearly 1,500 employees.
The institute was founded in 1887 by Dr. Francis Sanger and his wife, Dorothy.SANGER FOUNDATION’S PROMOTION OF TORTURESS AND HUMAN TRAUMAThe SANGER Foundation has long supported torture and human rights abuses in prisons, jails and detention facilities.
Its current board includes former United States Sen. John Kerry, who is the former chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
In 2012, the foundation endorsed President Donald Trump’s call for “torture without trial.”
Trump has repeatedly said that he does not condone torture.
In December 2016, Trump said he would consider releasing political prisoners if it were proven that they had been tortured.
In a statement, Sanger said that Trump was “an opportunist and hypocrite.”
“Trump’s comments, as well as his campaign rhetoric, are an abdication of the United States Constitution, and will continue eroding trust in our institutions and undermining our democracy,” the SANGERS statement said.
“These statements are designed to shift public attention away from the abuses and abuses of our nation’s justice system, and toward the sensationalized and sensationalized statements made by the Trump administration and the Republican Congress.”
It said that, as the U.S. has become the world leader in incarceration, the U,S.
Justice Department has also become the top prison in the world.