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The Oral Cancer Foundation - Oral and oropharyngeal cancer information - The Oral Cancer Foundation is dedicated to helping persons who face oral cancer. We provide vetted information, support, advocacy research... and hope.

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  • bluskyes - Glad I DIDN'T read the reviews BEFORE purchase!

    Given so many bad reviews I would normally forgo purchasing, but I was desperate to edit a video converted from my parents 8mm/Super 8 home movies and didn't have much time to research. I had spent almost $400 converting the film to video and at $89/hr for editing, I figured I didn't have anything to lose attempting to do it myself. The program loaded fine. Wave did lock up once, and I received one "real time" error message. My 4-yr old computer was adequate but slow--no surprise there--I just played Wii golf with hubby while it was processing. I was able to edit the video, add a menu, a sound track, and burn a DVD all without so much as watching a tutorial (I was too impatient--probably could have done it faster if I had). The project turned out GREAT. Now I just need to burn copies for the family--this is going to be the best Christmas present ever! And I'm already planning a slide show of my daughter's wedding photos.

  • Amazon Customer - I love HappyKids.

    My 4year old granddaughter started watching on Saturday and has asked for it over and over. She listen to many of the old familiar tunes and rhymes for hours. With many of the tunes, she would get up dance or follow the directions along with the character on the screen. I love HappyKids.

  • raymond r. ribal - s a good product. to give a better evaluation wii take ...

    some improvement was observed! nothing harmful occurred. it,s a good product . to give a better evaluation wii take more time. this request for an evaluation comes far to soon relative to the condition it clai,s to treat..

  • Frobisher - Who Designed The Interface?

    Full disclosure: I've been a Nero user for years and am very comfortable with it. However, my version won't run in Win 7, and when (as a Vine reviewer) I got the chance to try Roxio 11 for free, I decided to go for it. (I should point out, also, that my first burning software was the predecessor to Roxio before Adaptec split it off, though that's been years and years.)

  • Nathan Zbrudzewski - Rate the deck not the price

    I don't know why other reviewers are rating the item low, when the merchants are the ones who deserve a low rating. But people will pay any price if they don't have direct access to it.